Deadly Explosion Targets Ariana Grande Concert in Manchester
A suicide attack killed 22 people after an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
People attend to wounded inside Manchester Arena, following an explosion in Manchester, England on May 22, 2017.
22 people, including children, were killed after a suicide bomber targeted concertgoers at the Arena where Ariana Grande had been performing.
People run down stairs as they attempt to exit Manchester Arena.
Officials assist a wounded woman following the explosion.
Armed police officers at Manchester Arena.
A police officer speaks with people near Manchester Arena.
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Injured concertgoers receive help at Manchester Arena.
Police stand by a cordoned-off street.
Concertgoers assist a wounded man.
Two women wrapped in thermal blankets stand near Manchester Arena.
A police officer ties police crime scene tape close to Manchester Arena.
A person is wheeled away on a stretcher at Victoria Railway Station.
Concertgoers react after fleeing Manchester Arena.
People are escorted from Manchester Arena.
People hug outside Manchester Arena.
A police vehicle patrols Manchester Arena.
Police escort people from the arena.
People sit by the side of the road next to a police cordon outside the arena.
Paramedics work at Victoria Railway Station.
Distressed victims leave the Park Inn Hotel, which took in concertgoers from the Manchester Arena stadium.
Police forensic officers leave Manchester Arena as they investigate the scene of the explosion.
A man embraces a woman and a teenager as he collects them from the Park Inn Hotel.
The first floral tributes to the victims of the terrorist attack are placed on the empty streets on Shudehill.