EASTENDERS have accidentally revealed who Whitney Dean mowed down in Gray Atkin's car.

Fans of the BBC soap were left on the edge of their seats last night when the episode was left on a huge hit and run cliffhanger.

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Whitney is currently grieving over boyfriend Kush Kazemi, who was killed by evil Gray Atkins after he pushed him in front of a moving tube last month.

But the market trader is convinced that the Mitchells are behind his death.

When she found out that there was no evidence that they were behind it, she decided to get her own back.

She got hold of Gray's keys and went full speed ahead at Phil, Kat, Ben and Callum in the Square – but only managed to run over ONE of them.

And viewers of the hit show have been scratching their heads trying to figure out who it was.

A number of fans thought that Whitney managed to knock down Kat during the accident – and it looks like they were right.

The audio described version of last night's instalment on BBC iPlayer accidentally revealed it was in fact her who ends up being smashing into the car's bonnet and landing on the floor in a heap.

The narrator says: "Whitney comes screeching around the corner and rams into Kat, who smacks hard against the windscreen.

"After slamming on the breaks, Whitney looks in her wing-mirror to see Kat lying face-down on the road."

Whatever the outcome is on Thursday night, actress Shona McGarty – who plays Whitney – revealed that she never meant to hurt anybody.

She recently told the Metro: "As far as she is concerned, they killed Kush – she’s not happy! Her intention isn’t to kill. It’s to gatecrash the wedding.

"When she sees everyone under the bridge, she thinks 'I have nothing to lose, I have lost the love of my life, that’s it'.

"She just wants the Mitchells to hurt the way she is hurting I guess, she doesn’t intend to kill."

Watch the next episode of EastEnders on Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One


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