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Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Ian Hopkins said it was the most horrific incident that officers have ever faced.
The lone male attacker, who died in the blast at the Manchester Arena was carrying an improvised explosive device which he detonated.
22 died and 59 people were injured during the blast, as spectators were leaving a music concert last night.
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This video shows the moment an explosion went off at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena killing at least 22 people.
Concert-goers are heard screaming and asking "what's going on?" as they flee the scene.
Police say children are among the dead and a man who detonated an explosive device died in the blast.
Twenty-two people, including children, have died as a result of the Manchester Arena blast suspected of being carried out by a single attacker, Greater Manchester Police have confirmed.
A further 59 people were injured in the explosion.
GMP's chief constable Ian Hopkins said a man detonated an "improvised explosive device" outside the Arena and died in the attack.
They believe he acted alone but said the priority was to find out if he was part of a wider network.
"This is the most horrific incident we have ever faced," he said. "We have been treating this as a terrorist incident."
He added: "I can confirm children are among the deceased."
#ManchesterVic - Manchester Victoria is expected to remain closed today, Tuesday 23 May. Trains will not call at the station.
A mother from Leeds is in hospital with stomach and leg injuries after being injured in the terrorist incident.
Gary Walker and his wife were waiting in the foyer for their daughters Abigail and Sophie.
Gary said the couple heard the last song, people started leaving, and then there was a massive bang.
Concerned relatives and friends have been urged to call 0161 856 9400 - an emergency police hotline set up after the explosion at Manchester Arena on Monday evening.
Greater Manchester Police are also offering help or assistance at the city's Etihad Stadium.
Anyone who needs help or assistance after last night's incident at Manchester Arena help is available at the Etihad Stadium access Gate 11
Anyone with information about the blast should call the national anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321.
Anyone with footage from Manchester Arena that could assist the police investigation has been urged to upload it to the site for Police Appeal For Photos/Videos.
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