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Teen, 14, reveals she still misses her best friend who died in Manchester terror attack as she returns home from hospital after 36 days

A TEEN girl who lost her best friend in the Manchester terror attack and was seriously injured in blast is back home after 36 days in hospital.

Brave Freya Lewis, 14, was at the Ariana Grande concert with her best friend Nell Jones, who tragically died in the blast.

Manchester blast victim Freya Lewis, 14, has finally been allowed home to recover after more than a month in hospital
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The brave teen suffered multiple fractures, lacerations and burns after being hit by shrapnel following the blast on May 22
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Nell Jones, 14, was at her first pop concert when she was murdered

The schoolgirl, of Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, suffered multiple fractures, lacerations and burns after being hit by shrapnel and underwent five surgeries in 11 days, The Manchester Evening News reports.

Now her parents have revealed she is back home after being discharged from the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

In a blog post they wrote: “All continues to be well with Freya at home. She’s getting a lot of sleep, and we’re doing some catching up too. So far, there is no doubt that the time was right to come home.”

Tragic Nell 14, was at her first pop concert when she was murdered along with 21 other victims after an Ariana Grande gig.

She was just five yards from suicide bomber Salman Abedi when he detonated his rucksack nail bomb, the closest of all his victims, an inquest heard earlier this month.

Freya’s parents added: “She has spent a lot of time since she’s been home finding pictures and videos with Nell.”

Freya pictured with her sister Georgia, dad Nick and mum Alison on a family holiday last year
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A note written by Ariana Grande to Freya when she visited her in hospital
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They said: “She even found the selfie that Nell had insisted was taken the first time that they ever met, in Year 7.

“Finding these pictures has been really good for Freya, as it reminds her just who Nell was and how much she loved her.”

A fundraising campaign launched Freya’s family for the Paediatric Critical Care Unit at RMCH has raised £17,000.

Dad Nick added: “It’s good for everyone to talk about Nell, how wonderful she was, and how much they all miss her.”

Tragic Nell Jones pictured with her brothers

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