'Grey's Anatomy' Season 11 News, Spoilers: Penultimate Episode Expects More Tragedies to Happen

Spoiler reports for the penultimate episode of the hit medical TV drama series "Grey's Anatomy" Season 11 titled "Time Stops" hinted more unfortunate events to come.

In the last two-hour special, "She's Leaving Home," fans saw the demise of the show's favorite Grey Sloan doctor and it did affect a lot of people, most specially his wife, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo). But wait, there's more of that. In a report by International Business Times, it is said that Derek's (Patrick Dempsey) sister will finally confront Mer about her decision to cut off the life-support.

The younger Shepherd argues that Derek could still be alive if she didn't decide to pull the plug but Meredith knows that he's already brain-dead.

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"I could have saved him," Amelia tells her sister-in-law in a promo video for the segment. "How could you do it? I didn't get to tell him goodbye because of you."

Setting aside their personal matters, the synopsis released by ABC for Episode 24 said that another tragedy will occur in Seattle. This calamity will force the doctors to forget about their emotions of the recent incident and focus on the pressing "catastrophic event."

Spoilers shared by Inquistr said that this event would involve the collapse of tunnel. The Grey Sloan medical team will arrive on the scene to help a man trapped under his car that got crushed by debris.

Still referring to the upcoming episode, Spoiler Guide cited a newcomer who will be played by Giacomo Gianniotti. He will be joining the cast towards the end of the current season and will still probably be in action for the coming Season 12.

"Grey's Anatomy" Season 11 Penultimate episode airs this Thursday, May 7, at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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