Vanessa Woodfield is left fighting for her life when she is stabbed by a mystery attacker who is trying to set the Woolpack on fire – but will any one find her before it’s too late?
There’s big drama heading for Emmerdale when a hooded figure stands staring at the Woolpack – but to make things all the more sinister, he is carrying a petrol can and has every intention of using it.
Vanessa is stunned when she returns home to find the mysterious man splashing petrol around the bins outside the pub.
But who is he, and what does he have against the Woolpack?
But when she jumps out of the car to intervene, leaving son Johnny in the back of the vehicle, it soon becomes clear that confronting the man could be come the last thing Vanessa ever does.
The hooded arsonist doesn’t take too kindly at being interrupted and stops Vanessa in her tracks by stabbing her in the stomach.
The mum of one is shocked, not seeing the violent attack coming, and before she knows what is happening she’s left fighting for her life as the bin fires billow around her.
But just when it seemed the vet’s nightmare couldn’t get any worse, her attacker escapes into the night by stealing her car… the one that still has three-year-old Johnny strapped into the back seat!
As Vanessa collapses to the ground, will any one find her before it’s too late?
And with the villain unaware that he has a small child in the back of the stolen car, what will he do with poor Johnny when he finds him?
If Vanessa doesn’t live, how will anyone know what has happened to her son?
As the fire spreads outside the pub, things don’t look good for Charity’s other half… only time will tell if someone finds her before something tragic happens.
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
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