Another explosion occur authority believe is terrorist attack, bombing killed at least 19 people on Monday night and wounded 59 others at an Ariana Grande concert Manchester, England.
At the Manchester Arena Ms. Grande, a 23-year-old American pop star held an international tour, the outlook wasn’t fun anymore the traumatized concertgoers, including children separated from parents, screamed fled in what appeared to be the deadliest episode of terrorism in Britain since the 2005 London transit bombings.
The Dangerous Woman Tour is the third concert tour by American singer Ariana Grande, announced European and Latin American tour, according to TMZ, after the incident she cancelled any Europeans tours.
The Manchester’s chief constable Ian Hopkins, told to sources and the police learned of the explosion around 10:33 p.m, and wounded were taken to six hospitals, he added.
There was no immediate word from the authorities on the precise cause of the blast, but unconfirmed reports said a suicide bomber might have detonated a nail-filled explosive device.
The United States briefed on the Manchester explosion late Monday they have told that it appeared to be a terrorist attack, according to a senior officials.
“This is currently being treated as a terrorist incident until the police know otherwise,” the Manchester police said in a Twitter post.
Prime Minister Theresa May said her thoughts were with the victims and their families in “what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack.” She was scheduled to lead a meeting of the government’s crisis response committee on Tuesday morning.