Cumbrian doctor helps wounded at Manchester bomb attack

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A Cumbrian Doctor has described the Manchester bombing as the worst incident he's ever attended.

Dr Theo Weston, who is based in Penrith, was called to the scene as part of the North West Ambulance Service major incident response team, arriving at the Manchester Arena around two hours after the explosion.

He helped some of the dozens injured after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at the end of a concert by American singer, Ariana Grande, at the Manchester Arena.

He also works for the North Air Ambulance Service, based at Langwathby.