These Are The Lives Cut Tragically Short In Manchester

The victims of the bombing at Mondays Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, include an 8-year-old girl loved by everyone and an 18-year-old who revered Grande and whose friends called her atrue ray of sunshine [who] loved everyone for who they were.

All gone. Much too soon.

Below are the victims who have been identified by friends or family in media reports. This story will be updated as new information becomes available.

Georgina Callander, 18

Callander, a student at Runshaw College in Lancashire, was the first of 22 victimsto be publicly named.

She had just tweeted at Grande the day before the show, SO EXCITED TO SEE U TOMORROW. Her school said in a statement that she died in the attack, which also injured 59 people.

In 2015, Callander shared a backstage photo with Grande at Manchester Arena, the site of Mondays bombing. I hugged her so tight and she said she loved my bow. I cant get over this, I never will, she wrote at the time. Callander is on the left in the photo, below.