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Emotional ITV audience ‘stomachache’ while watching documentary about Manchester bombing

The Manchester Arena bombing claimed the lives of 22 innocent people on 22 May 2017, after terrorist Salman Abedi detonated a bomb in his backpack in the arena’s lobby as the queue hundred people leaving an Ariana Grande concert

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Viewers ‘can’t help but exclaim’ when watching the documentary about the bombing that devastated Manchester Arena.

The two-part ITV programme, titled Worlds Collide: The Manchester Bombing, focuses on the tragic events of 22 May 2017, as grieving survivors and loved ones prepared to mark the 5th anniversary. five cases.

Terrorist Salman Abedi killed 22 people and injured hundreds when he detonated a bomb in his backpack, as concertgoers – who had just followed pop star Ariana Grande – began leave the arena.

Viewers were traumatized by the events unfolding in the documentary and took to social media to share their sadness and anger over the horrific incident.







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“To this day still can’t believe we even had to witness the Manchester bombing,” one person wrote on Twitter.

“Makes me nauseous watching this archive on ITV,” another wrote.

“Not being able to watch it makes me physically tired of what the bad guy did #manchesterbombing,” one person commented.

One arena bombing survivor also shared his thoughts on the documentary, writing: “Just watching the worlds collide about the Manchester bombing breaks my heart, I am so grateful that me and my daughter survived. Not everyone is so lucky.”







22 innocent victims of terrorist attack
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Ariana Grande was playing in the Arena before the explosion
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“It is inconceivable to kill and injure so many innocent people and the impact on their loved ones and friends,” another added.

One viewer tweeted: “Watching the #itv show about the Manchester bombings is heartbreaking. I know the people who died there and the others who survived. I was at the gym after that and it was weird. ”







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Among those tragically killed in the horrific explosion were Martyn Hett, 29, Nell Jones, 14, Liam Curry, 19, and Saffie Rose Roussos, the youngest victim of the terrorist attack, when she just 8 years old.

The terrorist was killed in an explosion detonating explosives from his backpack, but his brother Hashem was found guilty of 22 counts of murder in August 2020 and sentenced to life in prison.

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