Ryan is hit by a car in Coronation Street
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This is the shocking Coronation Street scene which sees Ryan Connor left for dead as evil gangster Ronan runs him over in his car as revenge for the death of his drug dealing son Cormac. Ronan has been after Ryans blood and now that Michelle has failed to get through to him, she decides that she and Ryan, along with Ali Neeson, need to get away.

Its too late however as Ronan is already on their tail as they drive out of Coronation Street. As soon as a panicked Michelle catches sight of him in pursuit, she floors the vehicle and tries to outrun him.

But due to Tracy Barlows sabotage to try and get mechanic Abi Franklin into trouble, the car engine fails and Michelle, Ryan and Ali are sitting ducks for Ronan. Michelle gets out of the car and challenges Ronan but as Ryan intervenes, Ronan has his prey in sight.

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He puts his foot down and races at Ryan, running him down in the road and leaving him for dead. As Michelle screams in horror, it seems that Ronan hasnt finished as he revs his engine again. Will he strike once more?

And is this the end of Ryan as he is left in a bad way?

Viewers know that Michelle and Ali make it through the horrific events at the very least as spoilers for next week show Ali lying to the police about a gun found in Ronans car before then making the decision to leave the Street for good.

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Will Michelle be forced to say goodbye to both of her sons?

Speaking about filming the stunt, Kym Marsh enthused: It was great, they were long days so we were all very tired by the end of it. We had a great director too, Tim OMara – hes an actors director he really cares about the performance we give and thats important for us. He gives a lot of feedback which encourages us to do better. There was a lot of emotion during filming but it was good fun. I got to do some stunt driving, we never normally get to do things like that.

Coronation Street airs the crash scenes on Friday 12th October at 7:30pm on 8:30pm on ITV.

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