After Manchester Suicide Bombing, Kids Honor “Real Superheroes”

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June 07, 2017

The tragedy of the Manchester suicide bombing left many hearts broken on May 22nd of 2017. The attack, which took place at Ariana Grande’s concert at Manchester Arena, left 22 people dead and more than 100 injured, many of which were children and teenagers.

Since the terrorist attack, people around the world have came together to spread a message of love and togetherness. On June 4th, Grande held a benefit concert called ‘One Love Manchester’ in the U.K. in support of the victims from the terror attack. Other celebrities joined her including Justin Bieber, who spoke about ‘God’s goodness in the midst of darkness’.

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Greater Manchester Police force shared another beautiful story about people coming together and spreading love in response to the attack, specifically children. Three kids took part in a wonderful, act of kindness to honor their ‘real superheroes’.

“We currently have Police Constables working on duty outside the Town Hall in Manchester this afternoon when a young Boy who we only know as Ben approached him and gave him two envelopes, then run off. The envelopes were addressed to ‘The Superhero’s of Manchester’.”

Each envelope included a chocolate coin and a letter signed by three kids named Ben, age 11, Amy-Leigh, age 14, and Charlotte, age 4. The letter states:

“Thank for protecting everyone from danger and for being a real superhero to us all.”

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Please continue to keep the victims of the attack in your prayers. Thank you!