Georgina Callander was unlawfully killed as a result of the Attack.
When the bomb detonated, Georgina Callander was approximately four metres from the seat of the explosion.
Georgina Callander suffered a very serious head injury in the explosion. She remained in the City Room until 23:26 when she was evacuated to the Casualty Clearing Station.
In the City Room, Georgina Callander was triaged as a P1 casualty, which meant that she was classified as priority one, among the most seriously injured, requiring immediate medical care.She was breathing but she did not communicate with anyone who tried to help her.
Georgina Callander was carried into the Casualty Clearing Station at 23:28.By this time, she was in cardiac arrest. She was given CPR and a cardiac output was restored.
An ambulance took Georgina Callander to Manchester Royal Infirmary at 23:40.On the journey to hospital, initially she had a pulse but was assessed as having a very low score on the Glasgow Coma Scale. This indicated deep unconsciousness.
Georgina Callander’s condition deteriorated further in the ambulance. She went into cardiac arrest shortly before the ambulance arrived at Manchester Royal Infirmary at 23:48.
At the hospital, Advanced Life Support was given to Georgina Callander for 30 minutes.Georgina Callander remained in cardiac arrest. Her death was confirmed at 00:05 on 23rd May 2017.
A post‑mortem examination confirmed that Georgina Callander suffered multiple injuries as a result of the explosion. Her death was caused by a head injury and her injuries were unsurvivable.