Support pours in for victims with 'Room for Manchester,' other campaigns

The people of Manchester came together Monday night to help each other in the midst of a deadly terror attack. That poster included a picture of her and other people who were not at the concert.

Another user tweeted an image with a message stating his brother was missing, he later tweeted to say he had done it to get "the fame I deserve", adding: "It felt nice to be appreciated for once".

"I've called the police".

Ian got in his vehicle as soon as he heard the news. "Her family and friends are anxious".

"I don't know what condition he is in yet".

"I feel sorry for the genuine parents of missing children".

Robinson has since confirmed that she is no longer with the children and that concerned parents should contact the emergency helpline rather than herself or the Holiday Inn.

Pictures of dozens young children and teens are circling on Facebook and Twitter to help anxious families find those who have not been seen since the massacre.

Prime Minister Theresa May pointed out the many "acts of kindness" in the aftermath of the attack and she praised the first responders at the scene.

The shocking slaughter at the Ariana Grande concert left thousands of kids stranded amid travel chaos in the city centre. It was her wedding anniversary and she and her husband were going home after dinner from Victoria station, next to the arena, when the bomb went off.

But kind-hearted strangers rallied to help, with hundreds of Manchester locals offering up places to stay for the night using the #roomformanchester hashtag.

She wrote online: "We have got about 50 kids with us waiting to be picked up, they are safe we will look after them".

A woman who rushed to the aid of 50 teenagers following the Manchester terror attack and ushered them to a almost hotel has been hailed as an "angel".

Taxi driver Dave drove into the city to offer free fares to anyone trying to leave the area around the arena.

Our thoughts are with the victims of this tragedy and their loved ones. "I love them both and wouldn't know what to do without them".

Eight hospitals in the area were at capacity following the attack.

Now 22 people are dead and 59 are injured following an improvised explosive device being set of inside that venue.

Witnesses on social media have reported hearing a "massive bang" before screaming crowds rushed out of venue with police confirming there was an explosion.

But a representative of the InterContinental Hotels Group told the BBC that reports of unaccompanied children at the Holiday Inn hotel were "incorrect".

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