Women’s life saved by her mobile phone at Manchester Arena attack

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Few images have emerged, on the Facebook website that suggests a mobile phone, possibly iPhone 6 plus may have saved a women’s life following Manchester Arena attack.

 

Lisa Bridgett, a resident of Pwllheli, was using her phone during the bomb attack on Monday, after US singer Ariana Grande concert, a part of the bomb, possibly a steel nut hit her.

Women's life saved by her mobile phone at Manchester Arena attack
Image: Manchester Evening News

Lisa lost a half of her finger before the nut hit her cheek and then the nose, but it went through her phone first.

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Her husband thinks the phone probably took the first hit by the speedy nut, then hit her.

The suicide bomb attack in Northern English city left 22 people dead and injured at least 64 people. Greater Manchester Police have made eight arrests so far and all of them are in custody.

The attack was carried out by British-born Libyan decent Salman Abedi.