The world is still drumming about the tragedy that took place in Manchester, England and the news flew everywhere around the globe. On Monday, May 22, near the end of the concert as Ariana Grande was leaving the stage and then two bombs went off. There were children, teenagers, women and men among the dead people. The police confirmed 22 people dead and more than 59 to be injured.
Ariana’s manager confirmed that the singer is okay. Emergency service providers and Manchester police department soon confirmed the number of deaths and injuries.
During an interview, an unnamed witness said: ” Everyone immediately started running and screaming. It’s absolute chaos. There’s a helicopter circling the area and armed police officers everywhere.
Lots of people are stranded because the trains aren’t leaving Manchester now and the bus station is closed. We’re stuck in the car park,” he continued.
The singer was set to go on her world tour but has canceled it after the terrorist attack.
Her manager said that she was in “hysterics” after the attack. This was his public statement:”Tonight, our hearts are broken. Words cannot express our sorrow for the victims and families harmed in this senseless attack.”
“We mourn the lives of children and loved ones taken by this cowardly act,” the manager Scooter Braune said.
Later on, the singer tweeted that she was “broken”.
“From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry, I don’t have words.”
We wish a speedy recovery to the ones who are hurt and rest in peace to those who died in this horrific act.