Manchester Explosion: 19 dead up to 50 injured at the outside of Ariana Grande concert


Emergency on Manchester, England, at least 19 people are dead and about 50 injured in a possible terrorist incident Monday night at Manchester Arena concert in England, where pop singer Ariana Grande was performing, Greater Manchester Police said.

Miserable Explosion Hanppen in Manchester

Last night around at 22:35 BST on Monday, a suspicious suicide bomb exploded in Manchester, United Kingdom, where is the place of concert held by the US singer Ariana Grande. Luckily, the blast happened at the outside the venue of the concert, according to the related report, it might aim at the leaving fans in the concert.

“This is currently being treated as a terrorist incident until police know otherwise,” Manchester police said on Twitter.

Ivo Delgado, a witness, told reporter after the concert ended, “It was a really big explosion. Everybody started screaming and running,” he said,  “There were people on the floor … There was a lot of confusion.”

Simran Rayarel, 16, was in the VIP area when she heard the blast. “I heard the bang (and) everyone froze. Then madness broke out,” she said, “I saw everyone running, I fell onto the seats on the floor my friend lifted me up.”

The prime minister has suspended her general election campaigning and will chair a meeting of the government’s emergency Cobra committee later, in response to the attack.

Mrs May said: “We are working to establish the full details” of what had happened in Manchester. “All our thoughts are with the victims and the families of those who have been affected.”

Latest Updates of Manchester Explosion

The explosion from now on has been controlled, the singer is safe, and lots of UK policemen have arrived there to control order, the truth of this incident is under investigation.

Manchester Council leader Sir Richard Leese pledged that the city is “not going to be beaten” by the attack.

He told BBC 5 live: “Manchester will not bow down and will continue to grow and thrive.”


Dozens of singers such as Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry have posted tweets to send loves and prays for Ariana and people there.



The musician Ariana Grande herself tweeted for saying broke heart, and feeling sorry to fans who had came to her concert in Manchester. According to reliable sources,  Ariana will stop her performance in other situes indefinitely worldwide due to this cruel boom.

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