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Coronation Street spoilers: Robert Preston left to die in lorry crash tonight

Robert Preston in Coronation Street crash

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Robert Preston (Tristan Gemmill) is in for one heck of a bumpy trip as Michelle Connor () is left fearing he will die after she hears him collide with a lorry in a devastating crash. Is this the tip of the road for him?

Robert has been residing a double life behind Michelle’s again, hiding the key that Vicky Jeffries (Kerri Quinn) is carrying his child they usually have since obtained engaged. As Robert juggles his lies, he secretly heads to Macclesfield, mendacity to Michelle about the place he is heading.

She telephones him after Ray approaches her with threats to sue her and as Robert tries to consolation her, he turns into distracted by a message coming via and takes his eyes off the highway. It’s simply the period of time that’s wanted for him to be smashed into by a lorry and he is then left lifeless as the motive force panics that he is useless.

Michelle hears the carnage down the cellphone and fears the worst. Robert is rushed to hospital however will Vicky be told in addition to Michelle? And will they two ladies come face to face on the wards as Robert fights for survival?

As Michelle hopes her husband-to-be will get well, she is confused about why he lied about the place he was – and when she additionally discovers his ‘Big Daddy’ necklace among the many possessions faraway from him pre-surgery, she is mystified and hasn’t obtained a clue what’s going on.

As she will get nearer to the reality, we will verify that Robert will survive his brush with demise – properly, for now anyway. As his lies crumble round him, Michelle shall be left seething and making ready to take her revenge.

But even she can’t predict how this sorry story will finish when Robert is caught in an armed siege this Christmas – with reviews suggesting that this time he gained’t be so fortunate.

continues on Monday 11 November at 7:30pm and eight:30pm on ITV.

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