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23 May 2017, 07:58 | Updated: 23 May 2017, 11:08
People in Manchester have offered their spare rooms to people stranded following the suicide bombing at Ariana Grande's concert.
Locals tweeted using #RoomsForManchester to offer beds for those who had nowhere to go following the attack at Manchester Arena.
A local rabbi delivered coffees to the police officers at Manchester Arena.
I live 5 mins from the Manchester Arena. I have sofa bed, food/drink and phone chargers if anyone needs any help #roomformanchester— Nick Q (@QHNick) May 23, 2017
Anyone needing a lift/place to stay from the Manchester Arena, tweet #roomformanchester Retweet and get this trending to help.— Cal (@Panayisalad) May 22, 2017
Facebook also activated its Safety Check feature so that people could let their loved ones know if they were safe.
Taxi drivers were also reportedly offering free journeys to those caught in the chaos following the attack.
Taxi's in the centre of Manchester are offering FREE lifts to anyone who can't get home tonight. Please RT & spread the word.— The Venue Manchester (@VenueManchester) May 22, 2017