Scots tell of 'massive bang' at Manchester attack
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Manchester attack: Scots tell of 'massive bang' at gig

Several Scots have spoken of the moment when a suicide bomb was detonated in Manchester.

Conor McCormick said he heard "a massive bang" and felt it in his chest, Clark told of protecting his 11-year-old daughter and other children in the immediate aftermath and Lauren Baxter says the experience has meant she is fearful of going to other concerts.

Two teenage girls from Barra, Laura MacIntyre and Eilidh MacLeod, remain unaccounted for.

Twenty-two people were killed and about 60 others were wounded in the explosion at Manchester's MEN arena on Monday night.