Homeless Heroes Help Bomb Victims In Manchester

Two homeless men were seen to be heroes following the terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena in England.

Tributes poured in as the news of how the men helped injured and dying victims.

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One of them, even cradled a dying woman in his arms.

The due, Steve Jones and Chris Parker had been in the area to beg for money and to find somewhere safe to sleep when the explosion happened.

Thirty-three-year-old Chris was in his regular spot in the foyer area, when chaos broke out. He said he saw “a flash of light” before the blast.

He described how he held a woman in her sixties, who suffered fatal head and leg wounds and how she died in his arms. The traumatic experience left Chris devastated and in tears.

Steve spoke of the horror of having to pull nails from children’s faces.

He told how he helped a young girl who had lost both her legs in the bombing. “I saw her….she had no legs, so I wrapped her in a T Shirt from a merchandise stall and asked where her mummy and daddy were?”

The girl told him her father was at work and her mother was up there, pointing in the direction of the arena. He believes her mother died in the atrocity.

Two unlikely heroes, who gave up any thoughts for their own safety, to assist others in their time of need.

Source : Metro

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