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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Suspected Terror Attack At Ariana Grande Concert in Manchester Arena

At least 19 people have died and many others are feared injured after a suspected terror attack at the Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande pop concert.


(Peter Byrne/PA via AP)

 Here are the latest updates:
At least 19 people killed and more than 50 injured
Witnesses describe hearing a ‘huge bang‘, and hospitals report many with shrapnel wounds
Some reports say device may have been be a nail bomb
Theresa May says police treating it as ‘appalling terrorist attack’
Family and friends are turning to social media to track down missing children
Video shows moment concert-goers flee in terror
Eyewitnesses: ‘People were lying on the ground covered in blood’
People in Manchester open their homes to victims
Manchester Victoria train station was evacuated


Here is how the events of the night unfolded:


Monday, 6pm: Doors open at Manchester Arena in the north of the city centre. US pop singer Ariana Grande is on the bill for a sell-out concert at the 21,000-capacity venue. Fans, many of them teenage girls, excitedly share selfies as they wait for the show to begin.

7.30pm: Show’s scheduled start time. After a performance from support act BIA, an American rapper, Grande takes the stage.

10.30pm Show’s scheduled finish. Thousands of fans begin to file out of the arena’s four exits.

A “huge bomb-like bang” is heard at the arena. Witnesses describe being knocked from their feet by an explosion and seeing dozens of injured, possibly dead, people including children lying on the floor. Others describe panic as concert-goers run for exits.

10.35pm: Greater Manchester Police (GMP) are called to reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena. Dozens of emergency services vehicles stream into the area.

10.55pm: Police urge people to stay away from the area as responders deal with a “serious incident”.

11.46pm: Police say there have been a number of confirmed fatalities.

Tuesday, 1.10am: Nineteen people are confirmed dead and around 50 others injured following the suspected explosion police say is being treated as a terrorist incident.

1.35am: A controlled explosion is carried out on a suspicious item in the Cathedral Gardens area near Manchester Arena. It is later confirmed to be abandoned clothing.

2.15am Prime Minister Theresa May says her thoughts are with the victims and families of those affected in “what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack”.

3.04am Chief Constable Ian Hopkins, Greater Manchester Police, says: “My thoughts are very much with those who have been injured and lost their lives. We are currently treating this as a terrorist incident until we have further information. This is clearly a very concerning time for everyone.
I want to thank people for their support and ask them to remain vigilant.”

From yahoo news UK.

23 comments:

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    1. This is so sad and scary. It just seems like the world has totally lost it. I pray for the family of the deceased and may the injured recover fast. God save us

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  2. These are kids! Who'd do a thing like this? Can your silly god not fight for himself? Why attack kids ffs. RIP to the lost ones. In other news that transformer meme from sunday laughs has finally happened for me here *crying serious tears*

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  3. No evil shall befall me and my family, I have been receiving calls and text to find out if am alright.. I was even asleep and it was my peeps from naija and US that even alerted me of the attack cos I have slept off and was woken up by the sound of my phone

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  4. 😱😱😱
    May their souls rest in peace.

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  5. My heart goes out to the families that have lost their loved ones.I wish the injured quick recovery IJN

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  6. This is really sad, an Arena filled with teenagers. RIP to the dead.

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  7. Evil men on rampage.

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  8. How can someone place explosives where kids are?
    Theresa may....better start banning. The earlier u protect ur territory, d better.

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  9. Na wa. I am sure Arianna must be feeling terrible

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  10. Theresa May, is the EU, and black the greatest threat to the UK, or these useless Muslims.... Fool

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  11. I just can't fathom why someone created by God, in his right mind would think bombing and killing people would guarantee him virgins in heaven. It all boils down to your di*k. Usesless motherfuckers. I pray for those people, May God forgive them

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  12. Theresa May oya congrat ooo shebi you are supporting them to have human rights.

    These animals are supposed to be inside pit but know you oyibo people always talk of human rights.

    RIP to the dead and healings to the wounded. May God console all affected Amen

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  13. Sending positive vibes to #Manchester

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  14. RIP to those kids. This is sad.



    Bree.

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  15. This is so sad. May God comfort the families of the deceased, quick recovery and good health to the injured, comfort and peace of mind to Ariana. Amen.

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  16. Is really a sad day for us😔😩.

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  17. Sign of end times. May their soul find rest in the body of our lord Jesus. Amen

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