A devastating attack took place on Monday night at 22:35 BST when an explosion happened in the foyer at the end of Ariana Grande’s concert. 22 people, including children were killed and at least 59 injured in the Manchester attack.
The lone male attacker died in the explosion, whilst he was carrying a detonated, improvised explosion device.
60 ambulances attended the scene and those injured were taken to six different hospitals around the city.
The US singer Ariana Grande took to twitter to apologise to her fans, saying she was ‘broken’
PM Theresa May calls the attack ‘appalling’ and all National General Election campaigning has been suspended.
An emergency number has been set up by the Police for those concerned for loved ones in the arena. The number is 0161 856 9400.
Our thoughts here at Keep The Faith go out to all those affected by this terrible incident, we must stand together now and always.
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