On the evening of Tuesday, May 22nd, a bomb detonated at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, killing at least 22 and injuring 59 more. The story is a horrifying one, with concert-goers frantically fleeing the arena as news of the explosion spread around the world. In the midst of the confusion, however, a bit of kindness shone through: taxi drivers in Manchester turned off their fare machines and took concert-goers wherever they needed to go free of charge.
The drivers (many of them Muslim or Sikh) quickly began taking children and families away from the arena in all directions. One driver, AJ Singh, told the BBC:
I've had people who needed to find loved ones. I've dropped them off to the hospital. They've not had any money, they've been stranded. We should come out and show whoever's done this that it doesn't matter because Manchester, we're glue and we stick together when it counts.