Coronation Street star in emergency hospital dash as he posts painful injury from A&E | The Sun

CORONATION Street star Luke Delaney ended up in A&E today after a painful injury.

The actor, who played Dave Fairchild on the soap, shared a picture from hospital after he was left needing medical treatment on his leg.

Captioning a photo, which showed his bandaged knee as he sat and waited to be seen, Luke wrote: “Wythenshaw Hospital A&E. One injury after another this year. Potential MCL/ACL tear now.”

It’s thought that Luke sustained his painful injury during training.

Luke’s injury comes just weeks after he announced that he was launching his own fitness and personal coaching company named Train with Luke.

The actor and fitness fanatic offers one-on-one coaching services to people wanting to improve their own fitness and wellbeing.

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The hunky star first found fame playing a police offer in BBC’s Peaky Blinders, opposite Cillian Murphy.

Luke also had roles in Hollyoaks and Emmerdale before landing the role of Street bad boy Dave Fairchild last year.

When he left Corrie, he praised the show on Instagram, thanking all involved with the ITV soap for their help and support over his six months of filming.

He ended his post with: "I've said it before but the support I've received both inside and outside of the show really has been overwhelming so thank you.

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"Onto the next."

He is also set to star in a new Brit flick alongside fellow former Corrie star Georgia May Foote.

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