Explosion at Ariana Grande Concert Kills Fans at Manchester Arena

Ariana is O.K.,” said her publicist, Joseph Carozza. “We are further investigating what happened.”

Police have confirmed 22 dead and as many as 60 injured after an explosion at the Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena in England on the evening of May 22.

Ariana Grande tweeted late last night about the incident saying, “broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.”

Related: Artists Send Support after Explosion at Ariana Grande Concert

According to CBS News, Grande’s Dangerous Woman concert had just concluded when attendees heard a boom. Others report two loud bangs heard between 10:40 pm and 10:45 pm BST. What caused the explosion is unknown at the moment, although phone callers to BBC Radio 5 place the explosion in the foyer near the merchandise booths, not in the seated area of the arena.

CBS News reports there were an estimated 20,000 people inside the arena.

“Ariana is O.K.,” her publicist Joseph Carozza told the New York Times. Grande posted the following message at 4:00 am BST.

Read the latest update from Manchester Police below.

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