Twenty two dead in massive Manchester explosion

Twenty two dead in massive Manchester explosion
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Twenty Two people have been killed and more than 50-injured in an explosion at Manchester Arena in the United Kingdom.
The blast happened last night, following a pop concert by the US singer Ariana Grande.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has send condolences to the affected families. She described the incident as a terrorist attack.
Paramedics at the scene had to treat some of the wounded for shrapnel-like injuries.
North West Ambulance Service said it had taken 59-casualties from the explosion to hospitals and treated a number of people who were wounded, but able to walk.
Unconfirmed reports from two unnamed US officials suggest the attack was carried out by a suicide bomber.
Shortly after the blast the station was closed and all trains cancelled.