Last night, a suicide bomber set off a homemade bomb in the foyer of an Ariana Grande concert at Britain's Manchester Arena in Manchester, United Kingdom, killing 22 and injuring 59. Among those confirmed dead were two girls, ages 8 and 18.
In the panicked evacuation that followed the explosion, many of the attendees, who were predominantly young girls, got separated from their friends. Among them was Twitter user Riley Blackery, from Merseyside. Blackery took to Twitter after the blast to ask for details about her missing friend, Heather.
She came down from Scotland on her own, shes only 16 and her phone's switched off, she may be around the Premier Inn area— Riley // (@RileyBlackery) May 22, 2017
The Internet got to work trying to reunite the two friends, sharing information on where lost children were being taken.
And sure enough, it worked. Another Twitter user, Nathan Lamb, tweeted Blackery to inform her that they'd taken Heather in.
Unsurprisingly, people were pretty happy to see something like this happen on such a tragic night.
This is the side of humanity we need to remember today.