The worst of tragedies bring out best in human beings. The shocking terrorist attack on Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, while killed at least 19 people on Tuesday, has done just that. Along with thoughts and prayers, what is trending on Twitter is kind human gesture #RoomforManchester.
People from all across the city are using this hashtag #RoomforManchester to offer food, water, charging spot, sofa, a shelter for the night to those who have been stranded after the blast.
"I'm 10 mins away from the arena and if anyone needs food drinks or charge your phone or a sofa or anything get in touch #roomformanchester," a tweet user posted.
Even hotel chains have pitched in and are taking in children who have been separated from the parents "Holiday Inn Manchester is taking in children without parents. Call 0161 836 9600. Be safe ❤️#ManchesterArena #roomformanchester," the hotel chain posted on Twitter.
Gurudwaras in Manchester have also opened their doors for anyone in distress. "Sikh Temples in Manchester, UK offering food & accommodation. They are open for ALL people."
In one of the worst terrorist attacks in recent British history, at east 19 people were killed and over 50 others injured when a suspected suicide bomb went off in the middle of international pop star Ariana Grande's concert at Manchester Arena. The tragedy has been condemned widely, especially because most of the Grande fans were children.
I'm 10 mins away from the arena and if anyone needs food drinks or charge your phone or a sofa or anything get in touch #roomformanchester— Eamon (@eamonjohngannon) May 23, 2017
Holiday Inn Manchester is taking in children without parents. Call 0161 836 9600. Be safe ❤️#ManchesterArena #roomformanchester— JD (@Dempsey86John) May 22, 2017
Anyone needing a place to stay we have rooms at the Holiday Inn Manchester West. Contact to hotel on 0161 7430080 #roomformanchester— Danny McMenemy (@Dan_McMenemy) May 22, 2017