19 people were killed, and 50 more were injured after a deadly explosion at Ariana Grande concert in at the Manchester Arena in the United Kingdom on May 22. The Pop star is safe and was not hurt in the blast but tweeted that she is broken by the report of disaster.
from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 23, 2017
The victims have not been identified yet, and the wounded have been admitted to six different hospitals for treatment.
Grande was scheduled to take three concerts in the United Kingdom. Her next concert was at the O2 Arena in London on May 25.
The Greater Manchester Police Department have suspected the incident as a terror attack and are investigating as a suicide bombing.
Latest statement on incident at Manchester Arena pic.twitter.com/BEpLOan3dY
— G M Police (@gmpolice) May 23, 2017
An analyst of the terrorist from the Search International Terrorist Entities (SITE) Intelligence Group revealed that the ISIS had celebrated the incident on social media.
There was the presence of about 21 thousand people. Individuals swung to online networking with an end goal to help those influenced by the a s sault, offering everything from spots to stay and allowed to taxicabs to telephone chargers under the Twitter hashtag #RoomForManchester.