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Manchester attack: 'We are both very lucky to be alive'

BBC News
A mother at the Manchester concert where 22 people were killed said her heartfelt sympathies go out to those not as "lucky as her". A further 59 people were injured when suspected suicide bomber Salman Abedi, 22, attacked people leaving the Ariana ...

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Hartlepool family 'lucky to be alive' after treat turned to terror in Manchester

Hartlepool Mail
A Hartlepool mum who was caught up in the Manchester suicide bombing with her teenage daughter says they feel “lucky to be alive”. Louise Anderson had bought tickets for her daughter Emily, 17, to see pop star Ariana Grande at the Manchester Arena, but ...

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Manchester Arena workers from Northern Ireland lucky to be alive

Belfast Telegraph
I am so lucky to be alive. "I didn't know anyone had died until I got home and switched on the news. There were so many people who lost their lives, a lot of them so young. It's heartbreaking, so very sad. I feel awful for their families, my heart goes ...

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'We feel lucky to be alive': East Kilbride friends escape horror suicide bombing attack in Manchester

Scottish Daily Record
Two East Kilbride friends yesterday said they feel lucky to be alive after being caught up in the horror suicide bombing attack in Manchester. Twenty-two people, including children, have been killed and 59 injured in the terror blast where 21,000 ...

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