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Woman 'shouted for help but nobody was there' as Manchester bomb victims waited for paramedics

Sky News Thursday, 15 April 2021
A woman who helped injured children in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena bombing has said she is "angry and upset" that it took so long for paramedics to reach the victims.
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