Emmerdale spoilers: Ross Barton faces permanent scarring after acid attack horror

Ross faces permanent scarring after Emmerdale acid attack horror
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Ross Barton has had his life turned upside down in Emmerdale after a horrifying acid attack has left him scarred, potentially for life. The terrible turn of events came as Debbie Dingle ordered Simon to mess Joseph Tate up. As Ross had stolen Joe’s car, Simon assumed that he was Joe and launched the attack.

Harrowing scenes saw Ross collapse to the ground screaming in agony and when Joe and Graham later found him, they rushed to help with Graham ripping the clothes from him and then spraying as much of the acid from his face as he could.

Ross is attacked in Emmerdale
(Picture: ITV)

As Ross was rushed to hospital, Debbie – along with Moira and Cain – discovered what had happened and Debbie’s blood ran cold as she realised what she had inadvertently caused. At the hospital, Pete struggled to help his agonised brother as doctors fought to clear the acid from the wound and increase the pH level.

Pete didn’t know what to say or do to help Ross and when doctors were forced to break the news that they would have to carry out a procedure which would involve removing some of the affected skin, a panicked Ross begged to know whether he would ever be the same again.

As the doctors’ silence spoke volumes, Ross is facing permanent scarring after the attack and fans have been left devastated for him as Emmerdale has commenced one of its toughest stories to date.

And it seems like things are going to get worse for him as he tries to come to terms with the terrible attack and the injuries that he has been left with.

You can find more support and information on acid attacks by visiting the website of Changing Faces or you can contact their helpline on 0300 012 0275.

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