The three extra clips show the Bridge Street bus crash from both the top deck of the bus, the driver's perspective on the bottom deck, plus a wide shot of the entire chaos from a camera on the bridge which appears to show nobody on the bus, nor any characters in front of the bus.
Martin Fowler (played by James Bye) was presumed dead under the wreckage, but Max Branning (Jake Wood) suggested the able-bodied survivors should club together and lift the vehicle, helping to free the market stall holder.
Extra clips show that Martin was not in front of the bus, and his final resting point after the bus came to a halt, was actually clear.
Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) suggested that Whitney (Shona McGarty) was also fatally wiped out in the accident after looking around and hearing a phone vibrating underneath the wreckage.
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How did Whitney become trapped under the bus? How did Martin get there? What happened to the passengers?
Fans have also noticed that in one angle, the market stalls only fell once hit by the bus, but in another, all the stalls were already demolished before the bus had arrived.
One eagle-eyed viewer tweeted: "@bbceastenders @BBCiPlayer how come half those stalls are knocked down before the bus even hits?," before another posted: "@bbceastenders @BBCiPlayer could of put some dummies on the bus, it's empty."
A third asked the show not to release any further clips which reveal blunders, pleading: "@bbceastenders @BBCiPlayer or don't because let's be honest this kinda gives it away…"
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Martin Fowler got stuck underneath a double-decker bus that crashed into the market
@bbceastenders @BBCiPlayer or don't because let's be honest this kinda gives it away…
Denise Fox (Diane Parish) finally came back to life after being declared "dead" by her sister Kim (Tameka Empson), but nobody seemed to be able to read the emergency instruction signs on the bus telling them to push the door open, freeing those on board.
One viewer tweeted: "Anybody else spot the sticker on the bus door that said 'In Emergency Pull Door' when the door pushed outwards for Denise? #EastEnders."
"How has no one noticed the emergency door open button on the outside of the bus doors…..idiots #Eastenders," posted another, before a third wrote: "#Eastenders was good but why didn't anyone press the emergency button on the outside of the bus to open the doors? it even said press lmao."