Suicide bomber caused the bloody carnage at Ariana Grande’s concert as more photos and videos surface

A suicide bomber caused the carnage Monday night where at least 22 fans attending an Ariana Grande concert were killed, and at least another 59 were injured at United Kingdom’s Manchester Arena.

Chief constable Ian Hopkins announced at a press conference early Tuesday that the bomber was “carrying an improvised explosive device, which he detonated causing this atrocity.”

Videos and tweets claiming to be from an Islamic State soldiers taking responsibility for the attack hit Twitter soon after the attack.

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A video claiming to be from an Islamic State soldier took responsibility for the attack and claimed “this is only the beginning.”

In one, a man who purports to be a member of ISIS warned “this is only the beginning.”

Smiles and happy faces were replaced with tears and screams in the blink of an eye.

Witnesses reported seeing “nuts and bolts flying everywhere” after the device detonated.

Video from the scene showed scores of bloody, screaming young people running for their lives.

“Ariana Grande had just finished her last song and left the stage when a huge explosion sounded,” witness Evie Brewster told the Daily Mail.

“Suddenly everybody started screaming and running for the exit.

“We could hear the police and ambulance sirens. It was terrifying.

“There were thousands of people trying to get out at once. They were all screaming and crying. The whole place smelt smokey and burnt.

“The explosion sounded like it was inside the building somewhere.”

Concertgoer Abby Mullen posted on her Facebook page about witnessing the horrifying scene of people with missing body parts running for cover.

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Frightening images and videos of the panic and devastation flooded social media.

This video purports to show the exact moment of the explosion.


Carmine Sabia

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