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A minute's silence in Manchester this morning ended with an incredible tribute

A minute's silence in Manchester this morning ended with an incredible tribute

The silence ended with a resounding round of applause, while one man shouted "Well done Manchester" as heavily armed police officers carrying sub-machine guns watched on.

After a crowd of mourners gathered for a minute's silence at St Ann's Square in Manchester today, the crowd broke into an emotional chorus of hometown group Oasis's Don't Look Back in Anger. The moment was parked by attendee Lydia Bernsmeier-Rullow, according to The Guardian.

Speaking to ITV news, the school's headteacher Alun Jones said: "It was a spontaneous act by the children, they said let's go outside and sing something together as a vigil".

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Paramedics who responded to Monday night's atrocity also arrived after the minutes silence to lay flowers in memory of those injured and who kept their lives.

Organisations and locations across Lincolnshire will observe the silence this morning and flags remain at half mast at a number of city landmarks.

Wales fell silent for a minute at 11:00 BST on Thursday to remember the Manchester attack victims.