Wednesday 24 May 2017

The Schoolgirls Massacred By ISIS Coward: Five Teenagers As Young As 14 And Girl, 8, Among Innocent Pop Fans Murdered In Suicide Blast At Manchester

Manchester Arena terror attack victims named
Four schoolgirls aged 14 to 15 have now been named among the victims of the Manchester suicide bomber who slaughtered children as young as eight when he blew himself up at an Ariana Grande pop concert. Fourteen-year-olds Sorrel Leczkowski (bottom right) and Nell Jones (top right), who was watching the US singer on crutches, were both murdered in cold blood when 22-year-old terrorist Salman Abedi detonated an explosive packed with nuts and bolts at the Manchester Arena. 

An off duty female police officer was also killed in the blast along with a Coronation Street superfan, an ex-footballer's wife, a Polish couple whose two daughters have now been orphaned and the youngest victim named so far, eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos (left). Olivia Campbell, 15, (right, top left) sixth form student Georgina Callander, 18, (right, bottom left) and schoolgirl Megan Hurley had earlier been named among the 22 victims.

Manchester terror victim Georgina Callander, who turned 18 last month, is pictured with Ariana Grande two years ago

Nell, a member of the Knutsford Young Farmers club in Cheshire, was at the show with a group of friends when Abedi triggered his nail bomb in the foyer of the venue on Monday night, killing 22 and injuring 119.
One of her friends, Freya Lewis, was pulled alive from the bloody aftermath before 'staggering' into the arms of a heroic stranger, but Nell had been unaccounted for until she was confirmed dead today.
Sorrell passed away with her mother and grandmother at her side in hospital, while 15-year-old Olivia Campbell, sixth form student Georgina Callander and schoolgirl Megan Hurley had earlier been named among the victims. It brings the total number named to 15.
Freya's father said his daughter had been 'sewn, bolted, drilled and bandaged back together' following ten and a half hours in surgery and is now stable in hospital. 
A total of 22 people were killed and 119 injured in what was the worst terrorist atrocity on British soil since the 7/7 London bombings in 2005.

A serving police officer from Cheshire, who was off duty at the time, also died in the attack, Greater Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins confirmed. She has not yet been named but her husband is said to be critically ill in hospital. The couple's two children were injured.
Homegrown terrorist Abedi also orphaned two sisters, one aged just 12, when he blew himself up with an explosive device packed with nuts and bolts. 

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