Emmerdale spoilers: Jai Sharma faces ruin over the bridge collapse fine

EMMERDALE Jai Sharma faces a huge fine over the dramatic bridge collapse fine which happened during Super Soap Week.

A number of residents from the village went on an activity trip organised by Hawksford Outdoor Pursuits (the HOP) back in October.

Manpreet Sharma and Charles Anderson were left fighting for their lives when they fell into a raging river when the rope of a bridge they were on gave way.

The collapse was down to Victoria Sugden and David Metcalfe after they selfishly climbing across the bridge despite the limit.

Luckily nobody died during the deadly waterfall disaster, but Andrea Tate did during a giant maize maze fire. 

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Andrea's family have blamed the HOP for her death, but little do they know that it was actually serial killer Meena Jutla who is behind it all.

The evil nurse chased the vet into the maze after realising that she saw her trying to drown Victoria after the bridge collapse.

She then set it alight to cover up her evil ways.

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Meena has also killed her best friend Nadine Butler, Leanna Cavanagh, and most recently Ben Tucker.

In upcoming scenes of the ITV soap, Jai – who is co-owner of the HOP – is threatened by a hefty fine for what happened.

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Will he be able to prove that it wasn't his fault?

Will someone finally realise what Meena is up to?

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