John Atkinson, 26, has also been named as one of the victims.Manchester is to unite in grief, strength and defiance this evening at a vigil to mark last night's deadly terror attack.Local businesses and bars stayed open to offer free hot drinks and shelter to anyone affected, and some cafes are giving free food and drinks to members of the emergency services.
A team of nurses in their blue uniforms were seen at gate 11 of Manchester City's home ground.
Mr Parker, who has slept rough in the city for about a year, said he also tended to a woman aged in her 60s who was badly hurt from the bombing with serious leg and head injuries. She was in her 60s and said she had been with her family. The most shocking part of it is that it was a kids' concert.'There were nuts and bolts all over the floor.
People had holes in their back.'It's the screams I can't get over and the smell ...
Mr Parker saw people 'lying on the floor' and said a woman in her 60s 'passed away in his arms' outside the building.
He said: 'Everyone was piling out, all happy and everything else.