EastEnders gas explosion horror leaves residents in danger after bomb plot

Albert Square residents are shaken by a gas explosion in upcoming EastEnders scenes just weeks after a bomb scare.

As party-goers clean up at the Prince Albert following the night before, a loud bang goes off.

First-look pictures from next week show Honey Mitchell (Emma Barton) and Kathy Gillian Taylforth) and Bobby Beale (Clay Milner Russell) look petrified after hearing the terrible sound.

They later learn the bang was a gas explosion at the Argee Bhajee.

Aaron Monroe (Charlie Wernham), who is currently behind bars, recently confessed to his right-wing group's bomb plot in disturbing scenes.

Dana Monroe's ( Barbara Smith) older brother has become a dangerous influence in Walford ever since he arrived, having whipped up a frenzy over the local school cancelling its nativity and later desecrating the Argee Bhajee.

Aaron later confessed to father Harvey (Ross Boatman) that terror group leader Neil had organised a bomb to be planted at the Prince Albert for New Year's Eve.

Harvey started to get suspicious when Aaron was determined to prevent sister Dana from going anywhere near the club for the New Year celebrations.

Once Harvey spotted Aaron later with known racist agitator Neil, he realised his son had fallen in with a very dangerous crowd.

Harvey turned his son into the police in recent scenes.

Neil's group is responsible for Keegan Butcher-Baker's violent assault in December and Callum and Ash's horrific homophobic attack earlier this month.

In an upcoming scenes, Harvey decides to give himself and Dana a fresh start by moving out of Albert Square and forgetting about his son's terrible crimes.

He explains to Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) that the pair need to leave and lies about his mother being ill.

A little white lie he believes will protect them as Harvey later reminds his girl Dana that their landlord is also a police officer and could kick them out if he finds out about their link with Aaron.

But while Harvey made his decision, Dana doesn't want to leave.

Aaron was also the cause of Dana and Bobby's recent heartbreaking break-up.

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The evil villain worked his mind games when Bobby was getting suspicious about his connection with the far-right gang, telling Dana that Bobby was only trying to isolate her from her family and force her to a religious conversion.

Fans will have to wait and see if the gas explosion is related to Neil's evil gang.

EastEnders airs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday on BBC One

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