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‘Coronation Street’ Spoilers: Sarah Platt Admitted To Psychiatric Unit

Viewers will see Tina O'Brien's character getting help for her problems.

14/06/2016 09:59 | Updated 14 June 2016

Sarah-Louise Platt is set to be admitted to a psychiatric unit in ‘Coronation Street’, as she continues to battle mental health problems.

Tina O’Brien’s character is currently at the centre of a postpartum psychosis storyline, and her mental state has worsened since Callum Logan’s body was found.

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Sarah's family are understandably worried 

With the Platts under scrutiny, David attempted to deflect attention and suggested to the police that Jason Grimshaw was responsible for murdering the villainous Callum, but his sister has since struggled to cope.

Now, after an incident that sees her taken hostage by Lee, Sarah will reach breaking point, and is admitted to a psychiatric unit.

Tina explains (via Digital Spy): "The psychiatrist says she is having episodes of psychosis because of what's happened.

"I hope Sarah can get better. I'm not sure yet, but I think she's getting all the help she can get in a mother and baby unit.

"It's easily the hardest thing I've ever filmed. It's been really tough and sad. It's definitely pushed me outside my comfort zone."

These ‘Coronation Street’ scenes air on Thursday 23 June. Catch up on all the latest soap news and spoilers here.

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