Cell phone rescues mother at attack Manchester

Cell phone rescues mother at attack Manchester

World May 26, 2017 12:39

manchester - A calling mother survived the attack in Manchester on Monday, because her iPhone stopped a flying part of the bomb. The scarf hit her and she lost her middle finger, but Lisa Bridgett's husband is convinced that the smartphone has saved her life.

The 45-year-old mother was with her daughter and a girlfriend at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester, when the drama took place. Shortly after the American singer had sung her last song, the bomb went off.

A metal fragment was wound toward her head at a huge speed, after which it hit her iPhone. Unfortunately, the fragment hit her middle finger, which was cut off her hand. The phone was completely destroyed, but if the part had hit her head, it could have been a lot worse with Lisa.

'That she was calling has almost saved her life. Although the finger will never grow back, she will continue to recover completely, 'said Lisa's husband Steve to British media.

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