Thursday, 25 May 2017

Manchester attack: Man describes how he held dying 8 year old girl in his arms as she called out for her mum


Things fall apart as the story of a little 8 year old girl Saffie Rose Roussos, who attended the Ariana Grande concert with her mum and her sister but got separated from them after the bomb blast, at the Manchester Arena on Monday emerged.


According to report, Distraught Paul Reid, 43, tried to reassure the little girl she would be OK as they waited for help amid the carnage in the Manchester Arena. However, Paul went back inside to see what was going on after he heard the bomb blast at the end of the Ariana grande .


"I discovered the following day that she had died in the hospital from her devastating injuries —she is the youngest of the 22 killed in the atrocity". He said.

Meanwhile, a desperate search was launched online after Saffie was separated from her mum Lisa and sister Ashlee Bromwich, who is in her 20s.

A neighbour and family friend revealed the heartbreaking news that Lisa may have no idea her daughter is dead.

Lisa is said to have remained in hospital and was placed under heavy sedation.

Neighbour Salman Patel said: “Saffie’s sadly passed away and her mother, we understand, isn’t aware. I am praying for the family, it is totally heartbreaking.”

Saffie's dad had no idea of the terror attack as he arrived at Manchester Arena to pick up his family.

Source: The SUN, LIB

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