The mother of the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena bombing has completed the Great Manchester Run after learning to walk again.
Lisa Roussos was badly injured at the Manchester Arena bombing and left in a coma for six weeks – only then was she told her 8 year old daughter Saffie-Rose had died in the terrorist attack.
Ms Roussos was joined by friends, family and medical staff on her walk through the course on Sunday, all to raise money for their charity to support victims of terrorism, 22MCR.
Aaron Parmar a firefighter from Rochdale has completed his epic challenge of running 22 10k races, in his full firefighting kit, in memory of each of the victims of the attack.
He was a police officer on duty on the night of the Arena bombing, before joining the Greater Manchester Fire Service. He plans to get each of his race medals engraved with the name of a victim and present them to their families.
He's raised almost £13, 500 thousands pounds for funds to support and remember the victims.
- You can find out more about Aaron's epic challenge and donate here