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Coronation Street Tram Crash

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9:03am 6th December 2010

Coronation Street's facing its bloodiest week ever as the soap celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Viewers will see a tram plummet onto the cobbles - and favourite characters will be killed off.

Thursday's edition of the show will be transmitted LIVE.

Joe Michalczuk reports:

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