Manchester Arena Bombing Survivor Found Dead In Bedroom 4 Years After Attack

A Manchester Arena bombing survivor has been found dead in her bedroom four years after the attack.
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A Manchester Arena bombing survivor has been found dead in her bedroom four years after the attack.

Eve Aston, 20, from Finchfield, Wolverhampton attended the Ariana Grande concert on May 22, 2017, which left 22 people dead, and her family says the tragic incident ‘took its toll’ on her.

On June 23, at 9:21pm, she was tragically found ‘lifeless’ by her father, Andrew.

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Her cause of death has not been confirmed at this time.

A GoFundMe page has now been set up to raise funds for her funeral.

A post, penned by her devastated mum, Amanda, reads: “Eve was one of a kind. Loud, funny, beautiful and caring does not even cover a tiny percentage of the person she was.

“Everywhere she was there was light in the room, she was that light, she would make her presence known with such a warm welcoming feeling.

“Everyone that she knew would always be put before herself, she was such a selfless person everyone’s feelings came before her own.”

Opening up about her tragic death, she said: “The paramedics were called as Eve was tragically found lifeless in her bedroom.

“The family is absolutely broken alongside her boyfriend, Brad, who meant the absolute world to her.

“To everyone, this was such a shock, heartbreak, and a newfound pain to those who loved and knew her.

“This GoFundMe is for her heartbroken family who did not expect to arrange their daughter’s funeral as she was only 20 years old.

“She had such a positive impact on each and everyone that met her, being a big statement in many people’s lives.”

Donations have been pouring in and the family has managed to raise £6,485 at the time of writing.

One person wrote: “To go through all the tragedy of what happened and then to lose her life I cannot imagine what you’re going through just reading it really got to me my thoughts are with you.”

Another added: “I may be a stranger but I know what it’s like losing someone out of the blue and I hope you all find the strength to keep pushing forward in the memory of the loved one. Be safe be kind be happy.”

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