Cancer stricken Sinead Tinker collapses in Coronation Street – and fans fear the worst

SINEAD Tinker collapsed during tonight’s episode of Coronation Street, leading fans terrified.

The factory worker is battling cancer and has refused treatment for fear of harming her unborn baby.

During tonight’s episode, she was standing with Chesney Brown when he started arguing with Dev Alahan.

The shop owner was furious after finding out Chesney stole thousands in a bid to fund alternative therapy for Sinead.

Although the cash has been paid back, Dev was furious and turned on Chesney.

But as the pair rowed in the street, Sinead took a funny turn and collapsed in the street.

Fans of the hit ITV show couldn’t hide their concern for the sick mum-to-be, with many worried about her refusing cancer treatment.

One tweeted: “This story is heartbreaking poor Sinead @KatiexMcGlynn is a fantastic actress and is portraying this story with phenomenal acting yet it feels so real I was welling up.”

Another wrote: “Right, half an hour for Sinead to get some help. I do hope she still isn’t lying on the floor when the programme comes back!”

While another told their followers: “You’d think Dev would be a bit more understanding given Sinead’s condition wouldn’t you really!”

Sinead has refused treatment for her cancer over fears of harming her unborn baby

Sinead – played by actress Katie McGlynn – was diagnosed with cervical cancer earlier this year.

She initially kept the news from her husband Daniel Osborne and decided to avoid chemotherapy after fearing it could harm the unborn tot.

However, after finding tout the cancer had spread, Sinead was urged to seek treatment.

But it’s been a tough few months for Sinead who has tried alternative therapies to try and help her body battle the disease.

Coronation Street continues tonight at 8:30pm on ITV.


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