Lives are left hanging in the balance as recent actions lead to tragic consequences.
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I've given you extra sugar.
How can something like that just blow up?
Do I look like the gas board?
Main thing is it's all over now. All the fires are out and...
-What if they don't find Bronson?
-Of course they'll find Bronson. Come on. Drink your tea.
-I feel sick.
-Well, you've had a shock, ain't you?
No, like really sick. "Sick" sick.
-When I had you, I used to be sick all day. It'll go.
Do you want some crisps?
-Did you hear that?
-You worry too much.
It was like it was from downstairs.
Probably one of them's just knocked something over.
You've shot him. Look.
Look what you've done. Go and get some cloths.
Go on. Towels.
And get rid of that gun!
SHE COUGHS AND SPLUTTERS
Come on. Come on. Come on!
-I don't know where that came from.
-I mean, it's not OK. I meant...
-Everything this afternoon...
-I'm the adult here.
-I'm not a kid.
-I shouldn't have.
-I should have...
-Bex? The door was open.
I just wanted to check you're OK.
-Look at your face.
-I've done my best to clean it up.
-Are you all right?
-Yeah, yeah. I'm fine, yeah.
-OK. Is it just your face?
-My arm was a bit...
Let me get that checked out, come on.
-I can't get out.
-OK. Just hang on.
-Are you sure?
-You're thirsty. Here you are.
I don't know.
She was here a minute ago. She's helping out.
She did want to come and find you. She was worried about your head.
Probably just gone to the toilet.
She's at the restaurant.
Max, it's on fire!
-What were you thinking?
-People will think it's linked to the explosion, Max.
She was going on about Fi and Weylands and some revenge plan!
-Look after Louie.
-Call the fire brigade.
-You can't go in there!
-Well, Lauren's inside!
COUGHING AND SPLUTTERING
Get her out!
-It won't lift.
-Get her out!
Max, it's stuck!
-I wanted to tell him.
When I came back for my birthday, I was going to sit him down.
You went through all this on your own?
There was so much going on and he'd just got back from looking
-And you were in the middle of your treatment for cancer?
It wasn't the right time.
And somehow, if Mick didn't know, then it wasn't really happening.
-Did you tell anyone?
-Just my mum.
Oh, and Woody knew. But I didn't tell him.
Mick... He won't...
I can't do this to him.
No, you're not doing anything to anyone, all right?
-You're just telling him.
-It'll kill him!
-What? And leaving him won't?
-KNOCK AT DOOR
Sorry. Did you hear that bang a moment ago?
Yeah, well, they're just clearing stuff off the Square, ain't they?
It sounded like a gun.
We need to call an ambulance. He needs help.
-There might be one in the Square.
-You need to keep away from the door.
This is not what you think.
Look at me.
And there are no burglars.
-Now, I'm going to go to the phone.
From the machine.
Ain't you got any instant?
Oh, I thought you said you hadn't met Mr Right.
Doing your Sherlock again?
Or is he Mr Wrong?
No, I don't want milk.
You know, if you ain't happy with him...
Actually, I do want milk, but I just want a little tiny bit.
Is there anyone I can call?
I think I'm going to have a shower.
I know it's been a rough week for you.
-What with it being the anniversary of your mum...
Ain't you got anyone else?
No brothers or sisters or...your dad?
My dad's dead.
-Please, sir. Stay back.
-Back door's locked.
-There's a fire door, if they can get to it.
-Where's the fire brigade?
Police said there's a fire at the town hall, or something.
-They were only just on the Square.
COUGHING AND SPLUTTERING Just put her there.
-Is she alive?
Lauren's in there.
-She must have gone in after her.
-Ambulance is on its way.
-I can't believe you went in there.
-She's my daughter.
-What are you...? Steven, what are you doing?
-You can't go back in there!
Well, is she breathing?
-Billy called Ian.
-Lauren? I thought you was inside.
-Yeah, me and Steven, we saw Louie outside.
-Steven and your dad just brought her out.
-What? You went in there?!
-Yeah, looking for you!
-Steven's gone back inside.
-Someone better tell him that she's safe!
-Jane's in there!
-No. No sign of her.
-Look, she rang me. I told her to stay put.
-She must have gone.
-Ian, you ain't seen it in there.
-But Jane's in there!
-But the fire crews are on their way.
Steven's in there, he'll find her.
Look, she's got Steven.
She'll be fine.
-I don't know why I told you any of that.
-Listen, you need to tell Mick.
I'm going to try and find a taxi and then I'll come back for Ollie
-and my case.
-No, you need to stay here and try and tell him.
-Thanks for listening, Jack.
-Hold on, hold on.
Armed police! Open the door!
-We had a call a boy's been shot!
-My mum's in there.
One of the Taylor boys?
Come out of the building with the weapon above your head!
Give me the gun, love.
Come on, that's it. Give me the gun.
-'If there's still a weapon in there...'
-Just a minute!
Johnny needs help.
And people need to come in, but they can't come in
until the police know that it's safe, so you must give me the gun.
'We've got the whole area covered!'
We'll say it was self-defence, eh?
What with the explosion and the burglary and...
Well, the police will understand.
We can say that you thought you were being attacked.
And you wanted to protect me. That's what you always do, isn't it, love?
And it all happened so suddenly.
'We've got an ambulance waiting!
'There's a boy in there that needs help!'
And...what with everything that happened to you before, you know,
in the past,
well, they'll listen.
We'll just say it was self-defence, eh?
And you wouldn't do something like that. I'll tell them.
You wouldn't do something like that.
'Come out with your arms in the air!'
There are armed police outside, with guns pointing at us!
Come on, love.
There you go.
Not that you needed much.
You've done a really good job.
Both of you.
You make him a nice cup of tea. I'm going to check on Dot, OK?
At least I don't think you'll have any scars.
That's... That's good.
Comes in handy sometimes, having a mum who's a nurse.
I don't know why I...
Because you wanted it?
Because I wanted it.
-It wasn't just me. You kissed me back.
-I just saw Sonia. She's...
-Stace, what have you done to your foot?
I don't know. I'm in pain, but there's...
-There's police outside number 23 and Martin's...
-Your dad's been arrested.
-I should go.
-They just took him away.
-She's not here.
Where is she?
She never came in here.
You locked the fire door and turned off the sprinklers!
COUGHS AND SPLUTTERS
Don't leave me here.
Don't leave me here.
-Come on, Abi.
She's going to be all right, isn't she?
-He's with Lou. What's happened?
Abi! Abi, it's all right? Don't move, all right?
There's an ambulance on its way.
-There's been a fire.
-Steven saved you.
Yeah, he's gone back in cos he thinks I'm in there.
-Dad, you've got to go and get him!
-Abs, have you seen it in there?!
-Over here! Quick!
-Jane's still in there.
Oh, Ian! Please, please, you've got to get him!
Just get him out of there!
Right, if you won't, I will!
-Lauren, come here!
Well, someone's got to do something!
Put it down!
Put the gun on the ground!
And step away!
Get the ambulance in!
Turn around and face the wall, please!
Hands behind your back, please.
-Who's been shot?
-We need to talk to the lady.
-I'm so, so sorry.
-What do you mean, you're sorry?
Room clear! Get the paramedics in!
-No, it's her son. It's her son.
It's OK. I'm here, all right? Mum's here.
Please don't let him die! Please!
He's going to be all right, isn't he?
-Listen, darling, you've got to leave them to it.
-You're not leaving me!
-Do you hear me?
Please. Please, Steven!
I can't do this, Max.
I won't leave her here to die.
You haven't found her!
Now get out!
-Listen, I'll follow behind in the car, yeah?
-What were you doing with a gun in the house?
-What kind of person...?
-It was me.
It was me.
It was the explosion and I... I thought it was another break-in.
I'm so sorry.
I should be going.
Cos, you know, Linda, she's been calling me.
If someone you love gets hurt,
how long do you keep fighting for them?
When do you just say, let the past lie?
Well, if you're the one who's done the hurting,
then you never stop fighting.
Not until you make it right.
Yeah, but if it's someone else. If someone else hurts someone you love.
He raped my wife.
All I wanted to do was kill him.
And if I saw him now...
I would feel exactly the same.
Yeah, I was just erm...
Johnny's been shot!
-Go with your sister, Lauren.
-No, no. I can't.
-I'm not leaving until they're out.
Steven, come on, come on.
Oi! Over here!
-What were you thinking?
-He'll be all right, Lauren.
-No! My dad's still in there!
Please, go with your sister.
There's two more people in there.
I won't tell anyone anything.
You can be the hero here.
You always think you're one step ahead, don't you?
No. No. I swear.
Max, I swear.
Clever little Jane, working it all out.
You know, when I was in prison for months on end,
-nothing else to think about, it took over my mind.
The people that had put me there.
The lies they told.
I tried to save you!
No, I don't think you did.
You knew the truth, Jane.
You stood there
and you watched as I was dragged off.
And now, it's my turn.
I want to drag you all down.
One by one.
You're a lot of things, Max Branning,
but you're not a murderer.
You are better than this!
-COUGHING AND SPLUTTERING
I couldn't stay in there any longer.
They'll find her, Ian.
Go with Steven. He's going to need his dad.
Go on, Ian. Go to Steven. Go on.
Oi! Bernie! Joyce has only gone and shot the boy from the pub!
I thought it was one of you when I seen all the police...
-Keegan's still looking.
-I only come back to check you're all OK.
-Big softie, ain't you? We're fine!
You're OK, baby. You're going to be OK.
He's got a brain tumour.