On the coast of Puglia in southern Italy, a bottle of prayer and memories of a mother was discovered by a 14-year-old victim of the 2017 attack in Manchester, Sorrell Leczkowski.
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The mayor of Morciano di Leuca, Salento, where a bottle was sealed while cleaning the coast, invited a teenage family.
Inside, next to the mother's texts, her photographs and her purple bracelet with the name and date of birth: February 5, 2003. For now, it's not clear where the bottle was thrown into the water.
According to the Corriere della Sera diary, when Mayor Lorenzo Ricchiuti found out about the find, he decided to find the closest victims of the attack, together with the employees in his office, in order to give them this unique memory and provide them with proximity.
The suicide bombing took place on May 22, 2017 in Manchester Arena right after the concert of American singer Ariany Grande. 22 people died and more than 800 were wounded. The executor was 22-year-old Salman Abedi, a son of immigrants from Libya. It was adopted by the Islamic state's jihadist organization.
The media reported that Sorell Leczkowski from Leeds went to a concert with his mother and grandmother. Both were wounded.