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Manchester attack: The morning after

Manchester attack: The morning after Ariana Grande concert attendees Vikki Baker and her daughter Charlotte, aged 13, leave the Park Inn where they were given refuge after last night’s explosion at Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images
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A Union Flag flies above Victoria Railway Station, close to the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

A man embraces a woman and a teenager as he collects them from the Park Inn Hotel where they were given refuge afterthe explosion at the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

An ambulance arrives as police officers stand at the Miller Street and Corporation Street Crossroads, near the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Police forensic officers arrive at the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Police forensic officers arrive at the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Police officers stand at the Miller Street and Corporation Street Crossroads, in front of the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

A man embraces a woman and a teenager as he collects them from the Park Inn Hotel where they were given refuge after the explosion at the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Police officers stand at the Miller Street and Corporation Street Crossroads, in front of the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Ariana Grande concert attendees Vikki Baker and her daughter Charlotte, aged 13, leave the Park Inn where they were given refuge after the explosion at Manchester Arena . Photo: Getty Images

Ariana Grande concert attendees Karen Moore and her daughter Molly Steed, aged 14, from Derby, leave the Park Inn where they were given refuge after the explosion at Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

riana Grande concert attendees leave the Park Inn where they were given refuge after last nights explosion at Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Police forensic officers arrive at the Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Ariana Grande fan Molly Steed, aged 14, from Derby, holds her VIP backstage pass as she leaves the Park Inn where they were given refuge after the explosion at Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Ariana Grande concert attendees Karen Moore and her daughter Molly Steed, aged 14, from Derby, leave the Park Inn where they were given refuge after the explosion at Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

Ariana Grande fan Molly Steed, aged 14, from Derby, holds her VIP backstage pass as she leaves the Park Inn where they were given refuge after the explosion at Manchester Arena. Photo: Getty Images

TweetFacebook22 confirmed dead in Manchester Arena explosionEntertainers respond to Manchester explosionAt least 22 people were killed and about 50 others were injured in a suspected ‘terrorist incident’ after an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday.

These are the scenes from Manchester the morning after.

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