Manchester Arena survivor found dead in bedroom after PTSD ‘took its toll’

A Manchester Arena terror attack survivor has been found dead in her bedroom after struggling with PSTD.

Eve Aston, from Wolverhampton, was unable to be saved by paramedics after she was discovered lifeless by her father Andrew Aston on July 23.

Her heartbroken mother Amanda Aston paid tribute to her 20-year-old daughter as she described her as ‘one of a kind’.

Amanda said the Manchester attack 'took its toll’ on Eve as she began to suffer from PTSD and struggled when she heard loud noises.

Ariana Grande's concert at the Manchester Arena on May 22, 2017, turned into tragedy when terrorist Salman Abedi killed 22 people in a suicide attack.

Speaking to The Birmingham Mail, Amanda said: 'After the concert she started suffering from PTSD. She loved cars and was looking at getting a job working with cars but her depression got worse.

"She couldn't sleep or hear bangs after the concert. She grieved for the 22. The last couple of weeks she seemed to be getting back to her old self, she had lost a lot of weight.

"Her dad found her in her bedroom, we're still waiting to find out what happened. We're heartbroken, it's like a bad dream. It's like she's going to walk back through the door and say 'got ya!'.

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"She's left such a big hole, everyone's saying they can't believe it."

Suicide bomber Salman Abedi, 22, carried out the horrific terrorist attack at the Manchester arena with help from his brother Hashem Abedi, who is serving 55 years in prison.

Salman rented a flat in the city centre to build the deadly device and carried out reconnaissance on the arena before carrying out the attack.

Amanda has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for Eve’s funeral costs with a target of raising £4,500 while paying tribute to her daughter.

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On the page, Amanda wrote: “Eve was one of a kind. Loud, funny, beautiful and caring does not even cover a tiny percentage of the person she was. Everywhere she was there was light in the room, she was that light, she would make her presence known with such a warm welcoming feeling.

“Everyone that she knew would always be put before herself, she was such a selfless person everyone’s feelings came before her own.”

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