First responder to Manchester Arena attack describes final moments he held dying Saffie in his arms
May 25, 20171:37pm
Saffie Roussos, one of the victims of an attack at Manchester Arena, in Manchester, England, which left more than a dozen dead on Monday.
Andrew Parker and staff writers, news.com.au
EIGHT-year-old terror victim Saffie Roussos called out for her mum as she was held by a first-aider in her dying moments.
Distraught Paul Reid, 43, tried to reassure the little girl that she would be OK as they waited for help amid the carnage in the Manchester Arena.
In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Mr Reid said he dashed back in to look for the terrorist after he heard the bomb at the end of the Ariana Grande gig on Monday night.
Instead he found himself comforting the injured strewn across the floor, including little Saffie, who he wrapped in his coat before helping onto a makeshift stretcher.
He discovered the following day that she had died in hospital from her devastating injuries — the youngest of the 22 killed in the atrocity.
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