‘People’s skin and blood were everywhere… I’m still finding bits of God knows what in my hair’: Manchester Arena terror attack survivors tell of their horror

Terrified eyewitnesses who survived the Manchester Arena terror attack have described the horrifying scene last night – with one teenager saying: ‘People’s skin and blood were everywhere’.
A lone wolf suicide bomber detonated an improvised explosive device as children and the families left the sold-out 21,000 capacity venue.
At least 22 people – including children – were killed and 119 people were injured just as Ariana Grande finished her set on Monday evening.
Petrified parents clung on to their children as they sprinted out from the venue as the ‘callous terrorist attack’ took place.
One eyewitness, Abby Mullen, 17, was inside the arena where a suspected lone wolf attack took place and described finding blood in her hair.
Meanwhile, a homeless man tearfully described the moment he cradled a dying woman in his arms after the suicide bomber blew himself up.

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