‘Angel Of Manchester’ Leads 50 Terrified Kids To Safety After Ariana Grande Concert Bombing.

As of this morning, 22 are dead and 59 injured after a tragic act of terror in Manchester. The attack took place at an Ariana Grande concert, which is not only significant due to the large number of people Ariana attracts, but because of her particular fan base: predominantly teen and pre-teen girls.

It’s near-impossible to comprehend how such a terrible thing could happen, but– as more information comes to light– more stories of hope and goodness are rising out of the darkness.

One such story is of 48-year-old Paula Robinson. The “Angel of Manchester.”


Last night, Paula and her husband were at Victoria train station– near the arena wherein the Ariana Grande concert was taking place– when they heard and felt the explosion. Paula recalls seeing “dozens” of teenage girls running and screaming, many separated from their parents in the chaos.

Paula herded together around 50 panicked teens and children. “We ran out,” she recalled. “I got the teens to run with me.”

She guided the girls to a nearby hotel and there began posting all over social media, hoping to connect with the parents who were– no doubt– terrified, looking for their kids.

“We have got about 50 kids with us waiting to be picked up,” she wrote online. “They are safe and we will look after them.”


Paula said her phone has not stopped ringing since she posted about the kids.

Paula still doesn’t know what compelled her to corral all those children to safety, but we’re sure those kids– and their families– will always be grateful for their angel.


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