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Ariana Grande concert explosion: Parents take to social media to find missing children

At least 22 people have died in the explosion outside the pop star's concert.

UK police have confirmed at least 22 people have died, and 59 others injured, following an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
Desperate parents of children attending the show are now scrambling to find their children after the terryfing explosion, which is being considered a possible terror attack.
Many have taken to social media to try to find their kids who left the stadium without their guardians during the pandemonium.
The local Holiday Inn has confirmed it's taken in 50 children.
Witnesses have said the American pop star had just finished her show, and the lights had come on, when there was a loud bang and smoke from outside the venue.
Grande was not injured in the attack, and has posted a short public statement to Twitter.
"Broken. From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don't have words," she wrote.
TMZ reported earlier the singer was "in hysterics" and "in no condition to perform."
The next scheduled concert of her tour is scheduled for London's O2 Arena on May 25.
Sophie Tedd, 25, from Darlington, told the Guardian the noise and smoke seemed to come from the tiered seating stage right.
“We were sitting on that side then suddenly there was this big bang in the block next to us. Everyone started screaming and we nearly got trampled on. There was a burning smell.”
Suzy Mitchell, 26, whose flat is opposite the venue, reported a huge bang rocking the neighbourhood.
"(I) just heard a huge bang from my bed, came out to the front of my apartments (we’re on the top floor so have perfect view) and everyone was running away in big crowds," she told the Press Association.
"The bang was so big I heard it from my room which is at the back of the apartment blocks. Currently lots of emergency services going to and from. But can’t see anything substantial as of yet except fleeing people and lots of cars."