UK: 19 dead, 50 harmed at Manchester concert explosion



No less than 19 individuals were killed and handfuls more harmed Monday in a blast at a show by pop star Ariana Grande in the northern city of Manchester, experts affirmed. 

Around 59 individuals were harmed at the Manchester Field. 

They are being treated with at six doctor's facilities, Boss Constable Ian Hopkins from Manchester police said at a news meeting. 

Police said before the impact at the 21,000-situate field in a matter of seconds before 10.35 p.m. (2135GMT) nearby time was being explored as a fear assault. 

"We are attempting to set up full subtle elements of what is being treated with by police as a shocking terrorist militant assault," Head administrator Theresa May said in an announcement early Tuesday. 

"Every one of our contemplations are with the casualties and the groups of the individuals who have been affected," she included. 

Home Secretary Golden Rudd censured the "barbaric attack".


And an emergency COBRA (Cabinet Office Briefing Rooms) committee meeting will convene Tuesday.
 The explosion occurred outside the venue, according to a statement by the arena that sought to assure patrons security at the location was adequate.


Train service at Manchester and Victoria Station are currently suspended, the National Rail services said.
 The current terror threat level in the U.K. has been severe, which means a terror attack is highly likely.

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