Four years ago 22 people lost their lives during the Manchester Arena Bombing. These were 22 people who went to an Ariana Grande concert and never came home.
In this video we hear first hand accounts from people who survived the attack, and we get an insight into the impact that fateful day continues to have on them.
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With thanks to Figen Murray, Lucy Jarvis, Amelia Tomlinson, Martin Hibbert, Joe O’Brien and Usman Ahmen for taking part and sharing their stories.
Special thanks also to Nick Aldworth and Joel Goodman.
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Footage credited to:
Manchester Arena Inquiry:
BBC: Usman and Sharon’s story: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000qn90/manchester-arena-usman-and-sharons-story”
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