Emmerdale fans baffled by Dan and Amelia car plot hole in garage accident scene

Emmerdale was compared to the horror film Final Destination on Monday night, as the episode ended with both Dan and Amelia collapsed in pain.

With her dad's back causing him grief, Amelia decided to take over the car repairs at the garage, assuring him she could be the lead mechanic.

Unfortunately, a lever that had been used to prop up the bonnet of the car collapsed, falling down on Amelia as she screamed in pain.

When Dan witnessed the accident, he hurried to help her, only to fall to the ground with crippling back pain.

Watching the episode from home, certain viewers felt there was a plot hole afoot, as they trying to figure out the technical logic behind the garage scene.

Many felt the bonnet didn't appear to hit Amelia, even though she leapt back from the vehicle in pain.

On Twitter, one fan wrote: “A. Her right arm was under bonnet B.she was miles from car went bonnet fell. C. Wtf caused a collapse. Absolute garbage once again #Emmerdale.”

“That bonnet has gas struts holding it open, you can see them and wouldn't have a bonnet stay… b******s,” added a second.

While a third wrote: “The bonnet didn't even hit Amelia. Why was she social distancing from a car?”

“Don't really get what happened there the bonnet closed and sent Amelia flying backwards?” wrote a fourth.

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