At least 22 people dead and around 56 injured after Manchester bomb blast

Manchester bomb blast
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Latest update:

The first picture of Manchester bomber.

Manchester Arena Attacker
Image: Salman Abedi copyright: BBC
Saffie Roussos
Image: PA. 8-years-old Saffie rose Roussos

The second person died from Manchester concert name as 8-years-old Saffie rose Roussos, she was a puple at the Tarleton Primary School also in Lancashire.

#Police named the first victim of Manchester Arena attack. Georgina Callander is a Runshaw college student from Lancashire and she was studying health and social care course, in her second year.

#A 23-year-old man arrested in connection with Manchester Arena attack.

In a suspected terror attack in Manchester Arena, at least 22 people died and more than 56 were injured.

Manchester bomb blast
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The bomb blast took place on Monday around 22:35 British Summer Time, following music concert by the America’s popular singer Ariana Grande. The bomb was a homemade which was packed with sharpnel type elements to maximise the impact and devastation.

Prime Minister Theresa May said in a statement, “her thoughts remain to those have been affected by this attack.” Police are treating this as an appalling terror attack.

According to BBC news, paramedics at the blast location are treating people with shrapnel injuries.

Greater Manchester Police has created a hotline number in response to the barbaric attack. The number is: 0161 856 9400.

Mrs May has suspended her election campaign and she will be chairing government’s Cobra meeting today.