Residents in Manchester are the use of the hashtag #RoomforManchester to offer a place to stay for the displaced after the explosion at the Ariana Grande concert.
Metro UK reported that the trains in the city have been canceled, and there are concert goers without a place to go. Many hotels in the city have offered to children separated from their parents rooms.
Sikh Temples in Manchester, united kingdom offering food and accommodation. They are open to ALL people. #PrayForManchester #ManchesterArena #England pic.twitter.com/l52J9B5JjN
— Harjinder S Kukreja (@SinghLions) 23 May 2017
A woman posted on Twitter, “If you bed, with a cup of tea, a charged phone, etc. –I am 15 minutes from Manchester Arena. DM me, they are open!” Another posted, “spare bed, 2 sofas, coffee & chargers for anyone in Manchester tonight. Out of town but can arrange pick-up/drive home.”
Free double room in stretford, 3 km from the arena. Want to do everything I can do to help if someone has the #roomsformanchester
— sophie myra (@wheatsnsweets) 23 May 2017
At least 19 people were killed and 59 others were injured Monday when an explosion rocked an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
Greater Manchester Police said in a statement that the treatment of the explosion at Manchester Arena as a “terrorist incident, until the police know otherwise.”