Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) jumped in front of Blake (Adam Little), a teenage teenager who meant to stab Maria Connor (Samia Longchambon), who had launched a drop-in centre at Speed Daal, a few weeks before on Coronation Street, saving Maria’s life.
Alya was stabbed in the stomach as a result of the brave deed, and she was taken to the hospital right away.
Alya has been recovering, but when she returns to work the following week, she realises the mental wounds will take longer to fade.
As Alya (Qasim Akhtar) makes her way home from the tram station, Zeedan (Qasim Akhtar) departs the cobblestones for a time in London. However, she encounters Jayden, a customer who is an attorney, in the lawyers’ office.
Before Dee-Dee (Channique Sterling-Brown) and Adam (Sam Robertson) can stop her, Alya fiercely describes what it genuinely feels like to be stabbed.
Ryan (Ryan Prescott), who thankfully becomes a friend for Alya after listening to her unburden herself, advises that she should include everything in her own victim statement.
But will Alya give Ryan a chance?
Will this ultimately aid in her recovery?