Massive Bombing struck at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester
A massive attack on an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Monday night has left 22 dead, 59 injured and thousands traumatized. Of those 22 dead, a few of the victims were children. Grande is a mega-star with a voice that has crazy octaves and has sold millions of records world wide. Her fans gathered with their family and friends to enjoy a fun memorable night with the singer but that all changed and turned into a night of horror.
CNN reports that thousands of fans ran through the stampede of the crowd as the loud bomb went off.
As things start to surface as to why, a suspect has been arrested and detained and another was killed in the bombing according to the New York Times.
"The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the bombing, the deadliest terrorist attack in Britain since 2005. The assailant died in the attack and a 23-year-old man was arrested Tuesday southwest of the city center. Investigators were examining security and dashboard camera footage to piece together events surrounding the bombing and identify potential collaborators."
Ariana Grande was unharmed, but she tweeted out a heartfelt message to all of the concert goers and to the world. She has indefinitely cancelled her world tour.
The "Problem" singer tweeted:
From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don't have words."
Our prayers are with the families, fans, and also with Ariana and her camp. Tragic.