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The Manchester Arena Inquiry has now concluded. The closure notice from the Inquiry Chairman is available here.

Volume 2 is divided into two sub-volumes: Volume 2-I and Volume 2-II. Volume 2-I is 695 pages long. Volume 2-I begins with a Preface and then continues with Parts 9 to 16. Volume 2-II is 189 pages long. It contains Parts 17 to 21 and the Appendices. A list of the names of the twenty-two who died is at page vii of Volume 2-I and at page iii of Volume 2-II.
A large format version combining Volume 2-I (ia, ib and ic) and Volume 2-II is also available.
Volume 2-I (standard format)
Volume 2-II (standard format)
Volume 2 (large format)

Jane Tweddle

Jane Tweddle was unlawfully killed on 22nd May 2017 in the City Room of the Manchester Arena in the Victoria Exchange Complex.

When the bomb detonated, Jane Tweddle was standing near to the box office. She was approximately 14 metres from the seat of the explosion.55

Following the detonation, a friend helped Jane Tweddle across the City Room, but she collapsed on the ground near to the staircase leading towards Trinity Way.56

A member of the public placed Jane Tweddle in the recovery position. An ETUK first aider and police officers gave CPR to Jane Tweddle for approximately 11 minutes. A defibrillator was used but could not detect any cardiac output.57

CPR was stopped at 22:59.58 Jane was covered with clothing at 22:59.59

A tag was placed on Jane Tweddle at 23:47 to confirm that she was dead.60

A post‑mortem examination confirmed that Jane Tweddle’s death was caused by neck injuries. These injuries were sustained as a result of the explosion. Her injuries were unsurvivable.61