Manchester Attack: The Heroes Who Shone Light In The Darkest Hour

24 May 2017, 21:00

The Heroes Of The Manchester Attack

The people who put others before themselves in the wake of the Manchester attack.


As Manchester Arena was terrorised by a horrific bomb attack, these are the ordinary people who turned into heroes.

The callous blast claimed the lives of 22 innocent concert-goers and injured many more.

But during the worst of times, the best of humanity shone through and we’ve highlighted a few of those who performed such heroic acts.

  • Paula Robinson: Helped dozens of terrified children to safety in the aftermath of the attack
  • Chris Parker: A homeless man who rushed to help victims
  • Rabbi Shneur Cohen: A local rabbi who delivered coffees to the police officers protecting the Manchester Arena
  • John Endsor: A t-shirt seller who used his merchandise to bandage the injured
  • AJ: One of a number of taxi drivers who offered free rides to help those caught up get home 

Watch the video in full above.

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