Fiz Brown devastated as Hope sets burns down builder’s yard #Corrie

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CORONATION STREET resident Fiz Brown is set to return to the cobbles very soon with her troublesome young daughter Hope Stape. But it won’t be smooth-sailing as the youngster is set to cause mischief as she sets fire to the builder’s yard. Will she survive?

PUBLISHED: 12:25, Wed, Aug 21, 2019 | UPDATED: 12:32, Wed, Aug 21, 2019

Upcoming episodes of Coronation Street will see Fiz Brown (played by Jennie McAlpine) return to the cobbles with her daughter Hope, who has caused her fair share of trouble in Weatherfield.

Fiz had taken her daughter away from the street after she convinced her cousin Joseph to jump from the stop of the stairs as she told him he could fly.

The Coronation Street icon tried to seek help for the youngster and she’s hopeful Hope will settle down upon her return but the reality is she’ll be causing more chaos.

In fact, Hope is reportedly set to almost blow up the entire street when she causes mischief at the builder’s yard, which could cost her life.

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Hope thinks she can make a quick escape but it quickly becomes clear she is trapped with her own furnace

Coronation Street source

Upon her return to the cobbles, Hope will hide a lighter in the head of her doll and head outside to play.

According to soap sources, she will end up at the builder’s yard where she decides to cause some trouble.

“Setting fire to some materials, Hope thinks she can make a quick escape but it quickly becomes clear she is trapped with her own furnace,” the insider told The Sun.

“And when the fire gets dangerously close to some full gas canisters the entire cobbles is in danger.”

While viewers will no doubt be alarmed by the shocking scenes, sources have revealed the fire will be

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