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That story about unaccompanied children at a Manchester Holiday Inn isn't true

23 May 2017

The night of the concert, many individuals opened up their doors to concert attendees and their families who were stranded in Manchester, helping to take care of children who were alone at the concert.

Scores of people asked people in need to contact them if they required somewhere to stay following the attack.

Last night, Manchester was subject to the worst terrorist attack in the United Kingdom since the 7/7 bombings.

A spokesperson for Holiday Inn told The Independent two of its hotels in the direct vicinity of the area had worked with police to help people in the aftermath of the attack, but said Ms Robinson had in fact taken the group of teenagers to a Premier Inn.

"Please re post for any parents with children at M.E.N".

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Our thoughts are with the victims of this tragedy and their loved ones.

Contact 0161 856 9400 if you are concerned about anyone missing in the Manchester Arena area.

"The hotels are fully operational and continue to offer support".

She took them to a nearby hotel, and quickly shared a contact number on social media along with a message for any anxious parents that might be looking for their children.

Meanwhile, Twitter users rallied to help each other under the hashtag #roomformanchester, offering anything from a place to stay, a ride or even a plug to charge their phones.

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Local restaurants and bars were also offering free food and services including hot drinks and water anyone affected by the attack.

May added: "The people of Manchester and the United Kingdom have fallen victim to a callous terrorist attack - an attack that targeted some of the youngest people in our society with callous calculation".

Prime Minister Theresa May has since said that officers are aware of the identity of the suicide bomber.

Reports say the singer was unarmed in the incident, it is also believed the venue was full of young people attending the concert.

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That story about unaccompanied children at a Manchester Holiday Inn isn't true