Harrowing Emmerdale death, explosion and revenge teased in dramatic trailer

A harrowing Emmerdale death has been teased in a dramatic new trailer.

The village has been transformed into Emmerdeadsville as part of a murder mystery event, but soon everything becomes a little too real.

Not everyone will make it out alive as an explosion rips through the factory – and it looks like there is also going to be a murder.

Robert Sugden comes to blows with Victoria's rapist during a fiery showdown that could end in tragedy.

After being shoved to the ground, vicious Lee says: "Your sister fought harder than this."

Furious Robert, who has a bleeding nose, replies: "You're not walking away from this."

Will Robert get revenge by murdering Lee?

It also looks like Tracy Metcalfe won't be making it out alive after being trapped by the factory fire.

Amy and Kerry accidentally start a fire in the Sharma's factory while trying to steal money from the safe.

With Cain warning Amy that she won't be able to see Kyle, she gets legal help, but it comes at a cost.

Kerry says: "I don't care what it takes, I'm your mam and I'm getting you that money. It's a victimless crime."

While destroying a CCTV camera they inadvertently start a blaze that leaves Tracy pleading for help.

Will she escape before an explosion destroys the factory?

Bernice has planned the murder mystery event so that she can spring a surprise proposal on Liam.

Nicola asks her sister if she is actually going to propose to the doctor, despite fearing he is hiding a massive secret about his late wife.

"I love him," claims Bernice, but will her proposal go to plan?

Emmerdale fans who have taken to Twitter can't wait for the drama to unfold this summer.

One viewer said: "This is amazing… bring on the summer"

"Omg this looks brilliant I can’t wait to watch it," added another.

A third said: "Emmerdale you guys do know how to hook us with a trailer that’s for sure……. so many questions"

*Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV at 7pm with an extra episode on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8pm

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