— — A mother and daughter narrowly escaped Monday's attack at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, after being hit with shrapnel from the deadly explosion . “I didn’t even know I’d been hit. I was just screaming,” Lizzie Murtagh told ABC News’ Amy Robach. “It ripped through my jeans … The back of my leg was covered in blood.” Murtagh and her daughter Olivia, 12, recounted the chaotic moments as they were leaving the arena. Murtagh said they heard “the biggest bang” in the foyer and “knew it was a bomb.” “Through the noise, I just knew, I knew it was a bomb. You could tell. The noise was that loud,” she said. The explosion killed 22 people and injured at least 64 others. Children as young as 8 were among the dead. Dad says seeing daughter after Manchester concert was ‘like she was born again’ 8-year-old among 22 dead in ‘sickening’ Manchester suicide bombing: UK prime minister “There was blood everywhere and people on the floor and loads of kids crying,” Olivia said. “I thought there was another one that was going to go off, so I was really scared.” Murtagh said she immediately grabbed her daughter… Read full this story
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