Coronation Street's Daniel and Max in dramatic fall scene

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Note: The following article contains discussion of sexual misconduct that some readers may find upsetting.

Coronation Street teen Max Turner is rushed to hospital next week after his biggest clash yet with Daniel Osbourne.

The feud between the two characters is reignited after Daniel (Rob Mallard) upsets Max's stepdad David Platt.

In upcoming episodes, Daniel alludes to David's rape ordeal while talking to Max (Paddy Bever) about the consent workshops at the local school.

When Max starts asking questions about this later on, David (Jack P Shepherd) realises that he'll have to explain what happened to him in 2018. However, he's furious with Daniel for putting him in this position.

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Photo credit: ITV
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Later in the week, Max decides to make Daniel pay for stirring up more problems among the Platt family.

Max breaks into Daniel's flat, but gets caught out when his shocked schoolteacher returns home.

Daniel is livid to find the place completely trashed. The final straw comes when it's revealed that Max has accidentally broken some clay imprints of Daniel, Bertie and Sinead's hands.

Daniel takes action by shoving Max out of the door, but as things get out of hand, the troublesome teenager trips and tumbles down the stairs.

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Photo credit: ITV
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Horrified by the sight of Max's seemingly-lifeless body, Daniel calls an ambulance.

Under questioning from the police, Daniel lies and makes out that Max fell on his own. However, when an investigation is launched, is it only a matter of time before the police realise there was more to it?

Coronation Street airs these scenes in an hour-long episode on Tuesday, February 1 at 8pm on ITV.

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