Manchester Arena blast victim says attacker's face still haunts her

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'If I close my eyes, it's as if he is chasing me': Schoolgirl who was just five yards from the Manchester terror attacker when he detonated his suicide bomb and was pictured limping away covered in blood says his face still haunts her Eve Senior, 16, spent ten nights in hospital after suffering 18 shrapnel wound Attack by Salman Abedi also left her with a severed nerve in her leg and burns She was photographed being helped away from scene with jeans ripped apart  Schoolgirl still feels Abedi, 22, is watching her in her room when she sleeps

By Mark Duell for MailOnline

Published: 07:18 BST, 17 May 2019 | Updated: 07:18 BST, 17 May 2019

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A 16-year-old girl who was just five yards away from the Manchester Arena attacker when he detonated his bomb has revealed she still has nightmares about the blast.

Eve Senior spent ten nights in hospital after suffering 18 shrapnel wounds, a severed nerve in her leg and burns in the attack by Salman Abedi, 22, that killed 22 people.

The schoolgirl from Queensbury, West Yorkshire, became the face of the attack in May 2017 after being photographed limping away from the scene covered in blood.

Eve Senior, a schoolgirl from West Yorkshire, became the face of the Manchester Arena bombing in May 2017 after being photographed limping away from the scene covered in blood

Eve Senior, a schoolgirl from West Yorkshire, became the face of the Manchester Arena bombing in May 2017 after being photographed limping away from the scene covered in blood

Eve was helped away barefoot with her jeans ripped apart

Eve feels attacker Salman Abedi (above), 22, is watching her in her room

Eve (left, in August 2017) feels attacker Salman Abedi (right), 22, is watching her in her room

Now, two years after Eve was helped away barefoot with her jeans ripped apart, she has spoken of how she feels Abedi is watching her in her room when she sleeps.

She told the Daily Mirror: 'I just remember his face. He didn't look at me, he was just looking straight

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