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Manchester residents open homes, hotels to strangers caught up in terror attack

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People who were caught up in the terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert. Photo: The Sun UK

Some kindhearted Manchester residents are welcoming strangers into their homes in a bid to help those affected by last night’s terror attack.

Using the hashtag #RoomForManchester, the city’s natives offered up spare rooms to anyone caught up in the bombing.

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As well as the offer of free accommodation, Manchester taxi drivers offered free lifts to anyone who needed to get home.

Some of the concertgoers

A large proportion of the 21,000 people attending the gig are believed to have come from outside Manchester itself.

READ: World celebrities pour in tributes for victims of Manchester Arena terror attack

Many train services were reportedly shut down in the aftermath of the atrocity, while roads were filled with emergency services.

The chaos left many hundreds of concert-goers apparently unable to return home.

Nigeria News.

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