Megan Macey (Gaynor Faye) will find herself at the centre of a dramatic storyline that could end in the death of Eric Pollard (Chris Chittell) and her banged up behind bars.
And all because she couldnt wait to send a simple text.
In a poignant storyline about the dangers of texting while driving, Megan is set to cause a catastrophic accident that will see her distracted at the wheel by sending what she thinks is an innocent nearly there text to Frank Clayton (Michael Praed). But when she takes her eyes off the road she careens into the back of another car – which happens to be driven by Jamie Tate (Alexander Lincoln) – who in turn drives straight into Eric Pollard.
While at the time of the accident shes in total shock and apologetic, Jamie will not be one to let her get away with not taking the blame – hes arrived in the village to start a new life and isnt about to have something like that mar his new beginning.
Things get even worse for Megan when Eric suddenly takes a turn for the worse – at first he seems reasonably OK, but once in hospital and with his family around him, he suddenly collapses into unconsciousness and is rushed into theatre for emergency surgery.
Megan is full of guilt and left fearing for her freedom after being at fault for the accident, but could she be facing a manslaughter charge too?
Actress Gaynor Faye revealed to metro.co.uk that Megan could be facing a nasty court battle and over the accident while Eric fights for her life.
I dont think [prison] would be a great place for her, I think shed definitely get into a lot of trouble in prison, Gaynor said of Megans potential fate. But that could be a good thing – itd be great to play. We have got a little prison set because so many people go to prison on this show.
Asked if Megan feels guilty about what shes done, Gaynor said: Pretty guilty. Theres so many different things, its ridiculous what she was doing. Her daughter was in the back of the car, which is going to have another effect on Jai and all thats going to come up. Obviously letting somebody else take the blame for the accRead More – Source