Amy was disappointed when she couldn’t help someone (Picture: ITV)
Summer and Amy had organised a drop-in session for women and girls who had experienced sexual assault or violence, with the aim of providing them with information on where to turn for support.
The idea came after Amy’s horrific ordeal earlier this year, which saw her raped by former friend Aaron Sandford.
While Amy finished her shift at Alahan’s, she advised Summer on how to set up for the event, giving her some leaflets to hand out about their upcoming anti-spiking protest.
Later, the pair headed to the community centre, where the drop-in session turned out to be a great success, though Summer pointed out how awful it was that so many women had similar experiences to Amy.
As they prepared to pack up, another woman walked in, asking if it was over.
Though Amy and Summer were preparing to pack up, Amy assured her that she could take her time, and they would stick around to answer any questions she may have.
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It was then that Summer noticed a typo on the leaflets, and pointed it out to Amy, distracting her while the woman made a swift exit, clearly overwhelmed.
When Amy turned and found that she had left, she ran out into the street, only for her to be nowhere in sight.
Furious, Amy turned on Summer, shouting at her for distracting her from the important task at hand.
Summer was quick to try and calm her down, pointing out that she had already helped countless people that day, and though she may not feel like it, she had done all she could.
Will Amy see it that way, or could her urge to help others prove to be a detriment to her own health and safety?
Amy takes it badly.