Corrie spoiler video reveals who dies in devastating fire tragedy?

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Coronation Street is set to be rocked by a huge fire next week, as Speed Daal goes up in flames.

Viewers will know that Zeedan Nazir (Qasim Akhtar) has been laundering money through the restaurant on behalf of ex-father-in-law Hashim.

Ryan Connor (Ryan Prescott), however, discovers what he’s been up to in upcoming scenes, and in spite of Zeedan’s pleas, he relays his discovery to Alya (Sair Khan).

Alya, livid, rails at her better for destroying their business.

But there’s more news to come, as Elaine Jones (Paula Wilcox) reveals she wants to sell her share of the restaurant. Zeedan, however, suggests they up their game and pitch the food van at the Christmas market if they’re to buy her out.

But the food van subsequently vanishes – with Hashim’s dirty cash inside!

Hashim, furious, tells Zeedan to burn the restaurant down and claim on the insurance.

Wil Zeedan follow through on his demand? That would appear to be a very big YES!

The above clip – taken from the second of Friday’s (December 3) two offerings of the ITV soap – sees a panicked Billy Mayhew (Daniel Brocklebank) arrive on Yasmeen Metcalfe’s (Shelley King) doorstep to inform her Speed Daal is on fire.

Yasmeen struggles to believe what she’s hearing, but there’s soon terror aplenty, as she discovers that Stu is trapped inside.

Zeedan, meanwhile, gets wind of such a thing and he starts to panic, fearing he might’ve killed Stu.

‘I thought it was empty!,’ he yells to Alya, who brands her brother an ‘idiot’.

Will Stu perish in the blaze? Or will he be rescued in time?

Coronation Street airs these scenes Friday December 3 at 8:30pm on ITV.

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