Emmerdale fans horrified as Tracy brutally attacks Dawn in terrifying scenes

Emmerdale fans horrified as Tracy brutally attacks Dawn in terrifying scenes

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EMMERDALE fans were left shocked after Dawn Woods was brutally attacked by Tracy Metcalfe during last night’s episode.

Tracy – who’s played by Amy Walsh in the ITV soap – is still struggling to come to terms with the death of her dad, Frank Clayton.

Viewers were left shocked by Tracy’s attack on Dawn

And after overhearing a secret conversation between Dawn – Olivia Bromley – and her dad Will, Tracy jumps to a fresh conclusion.

Determined to get answers from innocent Dawn, Tracy follows her into the church and locks her inside.

From there, Tracy pushes Dawn to the ground and begins to threaten her with a stick.

The scene left fans terrified, with some even calling for actress Amy to be awarded for her dramatic performance.

One wrote: “Holy moly that scene between Tracy and Dawn Like, can we just give @amywalsh27 all the awards already. She’s been absolutely brilliant during this storyline! Breaking my heart into a million pieces.”

Tracey locked Dawn in the church before threatening her with a stick

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Tracey is desperate to clear Frank’s name following the fire[/caption]

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She is still struggling to come to terms with the death of her dad[/caption]

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Frank was caught in the fire which was accidentally started by Kerry and Amy[/caption]

A second commented: “Tracy full on losing it with Dawn. She would make a new good soap villain?!?!”

Another wrote: “Tracy is mishearing things again she is going to give herself a mental breakdown at this rate.”

It’s yet to be revealed that Kerry and Amy were the ones who accidentally started the fire.

Will Amy and Kerry pay for their crime?


Emmerdale fans will be delighted when Frank’s name is finally cleared, having tired of Kerry and Amy walking away free.

The two women accidentally started the blaze when Kerry tried to wipe CCTV footage of them stealing money from the safe.


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