Holby City spoilers: Kian's overdose sends shockwaves through hospital – forcing Chloe to make impossible choice

KIAN Madani’s overdose sends shockwaves through the hospital next week in Holby – forcing Chloe to make a difficult decision.

The BBC show left us with an agonising cliffhanger this week as Kian was found lifeless after taking an overdose. 

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Viewers know that Kian ended up in the firing line when Andrei and Evie were rushed into hospital after being attacked in recent scenes.

Fletch was quick to blame his colleague – who has been harbouring Andrei to protect him from a drugs smuggling ring – for what had happened. 

In scenes set to air next week, Chloe springs into action and leads the team in a high-stake operation to save Kian. 

With Evie also hanging in the balance, Chloe is faced with an impossible decision over who to prioritise. 

Fletch also starts to unravel under the pressure. 

He’s relieved when it becomes clear that Evie is over the worst of it, but is left worrying about her future. 

Meanwhile, Lucky returns to the hospital after ignoring Kian’s urgent call and discovers what's happened. 

She vows to protect Andrei from social services but is shocked when he blames her for calling them in the first place.

Meanwhile, Jeong is gutted to learn about Kian’s overdose and blames himself for leaving him alone in the drugs cupboard. 

Josh tries to reassure Jeong that he isn’t responsible for what happened, but he’s left distraught. 

Elsewhere next week, Ange struggles to stick to her decision regarding Josh.

She struggles to cope when they’re thrown back into each other’s path and forced to work together when a pregnant patient arrives in a precarious position.

Will they be able to work together on the case?

With Josh still planning to move to another hospital, Ange can’t stand the thought of losing him. 

She makes a big decision, but what will it be?

Catch the next episode of Holby City on Tuesday, June 22 at 7.20pm on BBC One.

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