Following the terrorist attack — which has been claimed by ISIS — in Manchester, England on Monday that killed 22 and injured more than 50, many people came together that night amid tragedy to offer help and assistance to anyone in need of it. 
Across social media, people used the hastage  #roomformanchester  to offer food, shelter, or any other form of support to people stranded or in need after the deadly terror attack. 
As law enforcement officials urged people to stay away from the area of the attack, taxi drivers offered free rides  to the those still in the area given that buses and trains were cancelled. 
“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,” AJ Singh, a taxi driver in Manchester, told Channel 4 News, according to BBC. “There’s no transport in Manchester, all the roads are closed, …