Lancashire Police hold minute’s silence for Manchester terror attack victims

Lancashire Police held a minute's silence at its Hutton headquarters
Lancashire Police held a minute's silence at its Hutton headquarters
Share this article
0
Have your say

A minute’s silence was observed by Lancashire Police to remember the 22 people killed in the Manchester terror attack.

The silence was led by Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw at the force’s headquarters in Hutton.

Lancashire Police held a minute's silence at its Hutton headquarters

Lancashire Police held a minute's silence at its Hutton headquarters

The Union Jack flag was also flown at half mast.

It’s after a suicide bomber donated a nail bomb in the foyer of Manchester Arena on Monday night.

The blast killed 22 people and injured 119 as fans made their way out of US popstar Ariana Grande concert.

Included in the 22 were eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos and 18-year-old Georgina Callander, both from Tarleton.

Lancashire Police held a minute's silence at its Hutton headquarters

Lancashire Police held a minute's silence at its Hutton headquarters

Mum-of-three Michelle Kiss, from Whalley, was also killed.