Steve McDonald’s Coronation Street left Summer Spellman to look after his young son Ollie tonight as he was occupied with Emma’s daughter, but things took a turn for the worse.
Coronation Street fans are confident that young Oliver Battersby hurt Summer Spellman (Matilda Freeman) after he suffered a fit during his visit to Weatherfield tonight.
The schoolgirl was left to look after Oliver after his father, Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson), had seen his daughter Emma Brooker (Alexandra Mardell) fighting with ex-boyfriend Seb Franklin (Harry Visinoni).
Streetcar owner Steve offered Summer a five-year-old to take care of his young son as he went over to help Emma, who was chucking at Seb’s clothes out of the windshield. After calming down outside, Steve turned to his son’s house.
Summer said, “Steve, come quickly; I don’t know he’s been watching the telly, and then immediately, he’s just gone crazy.” He was shaking like a fit. I don’t know; actually, it just happened.
“Oliver went to the medical center, but fans were quick to point the finger at Summer’s behavior and think she might have done the teenager some kind of harm. Taking to Twitter, one ITV soap fan asked,” What did she do? “Another said, ‘Did Summer do something to Oliver?
“The third one posted:” Poor Oliver. “The fourth one added:” This is worrying.
Coronation Street spoilers have revealed that Dr. Gaddas tells Steve that everything is okay, but tell him to take Oliver to A&E as a precaution.
It all kicks off when Oliver’s mother, Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson), arrives at the hospital and learns that Steve has left her son with Summer.
However, the parents concerned will have a lot more to worry about than blame when the doctor reveals the findings of the Ollie test.
The young tot may be diagnosed with a life-changing illness, and his parents would need to come together and support him.
Previously speaking to the Metro, Coronation Street boss Iain Macleod teased, “There’s a huge new story I can’t talk anything much about at this stage.
Having re-established the relationship between Steve and Tracy on the strongest footing, something is going to happen that is sure to have the most far-reaching impact on any story we’ve ever seen since I was on the show.
I include all stints, where something horribly difficult and challenging is going to happen that draw three or four separate clans on the street and pushes them to deal with the hardest thing.
“It’s going to start on screen, you might not know what it is at first, around March / April, and that will play out over in the spring and summer.” Coronation Street continues on ITV on Monday at 7:30 p.m.