Charity offers cash to those who were functionally impaired by witnessing the aftermath of terrorist attack

Up to 300 survivors of the Manchester Arena bomb who have suffered related mental health problems could receive £10,000 each from a charity fund established to help victims of the attack.

Witnesses who were in the arena foyer on 22 May when Salman Abedi detonated his suicide bomb will receive the money if experts assess that they were “functionally impaired” by the psychological injury they sustained, the We Love Manchester emergency fund trustees said on Thursday.

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