Manchester Attack: Homeless man to get a home, money and job for helping victims
Homeless man Stephen Jones, who rushed into Manchester Arena to help the victims of the suicide bomb attack at the Ariana Grande concert on Monday, has now been offered money, house, and a job.
According to a report by CBS News, West Ham United Football Club’s co-chairman David Sullivan and his son Dave Jr were moved by Jones’ interview with ITV.
In the interview, Jones had described that when he saw children rushing out the arena with blood on them, nails in their arms and faces, he had to rush in to save them. He said that a lot of homeless people stayed and helped those in need. He recalled pulling nails out of a little girl’s face. “If I didn’t help, I wouldn’t be able to live with myself for walking away and leaving kids like that,” added Jones.
The Sullivan’s wanted to help Jones. Dave jr said that after watching the interview his father told him that if he finds Jones, he will pay six months rent for him. Dave Jr agreed to split the cost and sent out a tweet, asking social media for help in finding the guy.
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