Manchester terror survivor whose sister died in blast writes tear-jerking letter to Ariana Grande thanking her for tribute gig

Bradley Hurley, 21, who survived the Manchester Arena bombing with multiple injuries and whose 15-year-old sister Megan was killed in the attack, has written an open thank-you letter to Ariana Grande, writes Carl Stroud in the Sun. Hurley told the singer that the One Love Manchester concert the singer held after the attack helped his family and that his sister was a huge fan.

Twenty-two people were killed in the Manchester Arena suicide bombing.

Bradley designed a pin to raise funds for a garden in Megan’s memory.

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