Five more victims who were among the 22 killed and at least 59 injured at Monday’s Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England have been identified.
According to People, of the five, two were mothers waiting for their children to leave the concert.
Olivia Campbell, 15
Olivia has been confirmed dead by her mother Charlotte Campbell on Facebook Tuesday.
“RIP my darling precious gorgeous girl Olivia Campbell taken far far to soon go sing with the angels and keep smiling mummy loves you so much,” the mother wrote. According to People, the last time she spoke with her daughter was when Olivia had called to say how happy she was to watch the pop star perform.
Before the teen was found, Charlotte and Olivia’s stepfather Paul Hodgson stated tearfully on CNN, “We’re going to [search] … and we’ll do it every single day until we find that little girl.”
Kelly Brewster, 32
An online media page for Kelly’s hometown confirmed Brewster’s death on Facebook. “Missing Sheffield woman Kelly Brewster has been found but it’s unfortunate news as her family confirm she is no longer with us as she loses her life in the Manchester attacks last night,” the statement read.
According to The Sun, Brewster’s uncle said Kelly shielded her sister and niece from the explosion.
Lisa Lees, 43
Lees was waiting to pick up her 15-year-old daughter from Manchester Arena. She was reportedly standing in the foyer, where the suicide bomber attacked.
Her brother Lee Hunter confirmed her death on Facebook Tuesday: “For those who don’t know Lisa is gone but never ever forgotten I love you Lisa I’ll miss you so much.”
Alison Howe, 44
Howe was a friend of Lees and they were believed to be waiting together for their children to exit the show. Her stepson confirmed her death on Facebook on Tuesday: “They took a caring beautiful mum and step mother away from us all she was amazing to us all x love you loads Alison Howe.”
It is not yet known the age of this young girl. Her family and friends set up a crowdfunding account to raise money for a memorial service.
“Weʼre raising £3,000 to help fund a beautiful send off for Megan who was taken far too early due to the awful attacks at Manchester Evening News Arena on 22/05/2017,” wrote Helen McDermott who organized the fundraiser.
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