Disaster is set to strike in Albert Square
Although BBC bosses have been keeping the upcoming drama under wraps, the picture – obtained by a fan site and published by The Sun – has seemingly revealed what the residents of Walford will face.
In the snap, ambulances and fire engines can be seen in a chaotic scene that hints at a shock accident during next week's special.
An insider revealed that catastrophe will hit Walford, putting many lives in danger.
Disaster looks to strike in Albert Square as ambulances and fire engines rush to the scene
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The explosive scenes will air Monday, Tuesday and Thursday next week as fans of the BBC soap will see the suspense heighten as the same 24 hours are replayed.
A source previously told Insider Soap magazine that "lives are definitely on the line".
"The ink is barely dry on Roxy and Ronnie's death certificates, and now tragedy looks set to strike again," said the source.
Actress Tilly Keeper, who plays Louise Mitchell, told Radio Times: "I'd definitely tune in next week. They're unmissable episodes. Full of drama."
Martin Fowler tries to persuade the market worker to strike
The residents of Walford are still recovering from the deaths of Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell
It is all set to unfold on the day that Martin Fowler (played by James Bye) tries and fails to get the Bridge Street market vendors to strike with him as they find out that the council is planning to relocate the site.
Tempers run high and he finds himself out of favour with his wife, Stacey (Laney Turner).
Meanwhile, funeral directors Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwich) and Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick) are stuck in traffic on their way to collect a body.
Disaster Week is set to rock the lives of the Walford residents, who are still recovering from the tragic deaths of Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell (Samantha Womack and Rita Simons) who drowned after Ronnie's wedding to Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) on New Years Eve.
Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for EastEnders asking for comment.
EastEnders continues tonight at 7.30pm on BBC One.