Mon 22 May, 2017 05:29 pm
I was just reading about that. So far it's sounding like a non-terrorist event and more of a technical malfunction but nothing has been stated one way or the other.
Late Monday evening, reports of a possible explosion at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England began to trickle out onto social media. Thousands of young people were crammed into the arena to watch Ariana Grande perform during her world tour.
The Greater Manchester Police took to Twitter to share in an update with followers that emergency services are currently on scene and that there are a "number of confirmed fatalities" and other injuries. The police department is also advising the general public to stay away from the area.
So far it's sounding like a non-terrorist event and more of a technical malfunction but nothing has been stated one way or the other.
Apparently that aint what they think any more, Gent.
Multiple U.S. officials briefed on the investigation say authorities suspect the incident in Manchester was conducted by a suicide bomber.
Yeah, it is looking that way now. Some serious suck there. Kids at a concert man...
The news alert I got said at least 19 dead, 50 injured. Man oh man.
Rudolph Hucker wrote:
On such a thread?
Words escape me.
You're lucky you didn't get 50 downvotes, Rudolph. It's obvious that both you and that source you posted are extreme islamophobes, eh?