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Laura found in hospital but Eilidh still missing

lglen@obantimes.co.uk

TRIBUTES from across the world are flooding in for two teenagers and their community who have been caught up in the Manchester Arena bombing.

Laura MacIntyre, 15, and Eilidh MacLeod, 14, were reported missing shortly after the bomb went off at 10.35pm on Monday.

Laura’s dad Micheal MacIntyre put out a heartbreaking message on social media looking for support in finding the two young girls. The message was shared more than 30,000 times from various sites. Another, from Eilidh’s aunt, was also shared thousands of times. Laura was eventually found after a desperate search.

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