Sarah (played by Tina O’Brien) has been in turmoil over the factory roof collapse disaster on Coronation Street, unsure as to who could be to blame for causing the carnage and has become even more concerned the culprit could be close to home.
Having recently broken off her relationship to builder Gary Windass (Mikey North), who was working on the factory before the roof collapse, Sarah has become more invested about brother Nick’s (Ben Price) involvement after Imran Habeeb (Charlie De Melo) made accusations the Underworld owner could have had a part to play.
With brother David Platt’s (Jack P Shepherd) fiancé Shona Ramsey (Julia Goulding) revealing some incriminating information linking Nick to another crime - the scandalous fraud of grandmother Audrey Roberts (Sue Nicholls) life savings - Sarah has begun to wander what her brother’s were hiding.
Although she doesn’t know Nick was the conman who defrauded their grandmother, Sarah got closer to the truth as her brother’s were seen discussing their plans to keep the secret hidden on tonight’s double bill of the ITV soap.
The truth will come out
At the beginning of the first episode, Nick was speaking to David about his arrest following Imran’s accusations and how Shona’s revelation could put him in greater trouble, leading him to convince his brother to silence his girlfriend.
However, when Sarah turned up, it was clear she’d interrupted the brothers’ plans and when Nick went to get a coffee, the factory worker asked David: “Is there something I should know about?” with the barber denying his brother had anything to be guilty about.
In the closing moments of the second episode, Sarah was once again intrigued by her brother’s hushed discussion and frustratingly remarked to David: “So, you’re still whispering in corners with big brother?”
Sarah went on to ask David if Nick did have some involvement with the factory collapse and as the barber strongly denied his brother, he told his sister: “No, hasn’t he got enough on his plate with Imran and Toyah breathing down his neck. He doesn’t need his own family joining the lynch mob as well.”
Unconvinced by David’s lies, Sarah told him: “You do know the truth will come out. It always does,” hinting to her brother she isn’t going to give up on trying to find out why her brother’s were being