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SARS has failed to respond, and will not be able to respond at any time until SARS receives urgent information from its human sources.
(2) The current situation within the SARS response zone to the area identified by the Director.
SARS is at the epicenter of the emergency.
The Department is aware of a large number of individuals in the emergency response area that are experiencing the same symptoms as the deceased and may be suffering the same conditions as the deceased.
SARS will conduct a thorough, open investigation into the circumstances, causes, and circumstances of the occurrence and are prepared to initiate or support an emergency response when it is provided with sufficient information and is able to demonstrate that the situation will be manageable and the necessary actions need not be initiated by a limited number of SARS resources, including emergency responses and law enforcement personnel.
(3) The Department is aware that emergency response can have the effect of increasing the threat. While it is essential that emergency responses be swift and efficient, it is also important to note that the Department has experienced situations in the past where a specific person was killed during an emergency response and it appears that the current situation could result in the deaths of persons whose death could have been avoided.
The Department has worked closely with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on the SARS investigation.
A full report will be submitted to the Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee not later than 60 days following the conclusion of the investigation.
(4) The Department is currently in the process of conducting an independent review of the information provided regarding the cause of death to determine whether any criminal actions might have been taken, and, if so, who may be responsible.
The Department will not release the cause of death prior to the completion of the review and will continue to conduct an independent review of information regarding the cause of death.
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Katharine, 32, was seriously injured in the blast.
Samantha, 25, has been released from hospital with serious injuries after spending six days in a coma following the attack.
Tests are continuing on her condition.
A number of people were taken to hospital following the attack.
A number of houses were flattened as well as vehicles and vehicles were damaged.
Police are not looking for any suspects.
There are conflicting reports about why the explosion happened.
Police said a bomb squad attended the scene to find the body of the child as a motive was not immediately clear.
A police source has said they were treating the "appalling incident" as a terrorist attack.
Police have warned that it is important for people to exercise extreme caution when buying items from online retailers.
A police source added: "At the moment we need people to exercise extreme caution. It's important to check everything you see online from here on in as things get out of hand."
Meanwhile, police have issued another arrest warrant for a man suspected of helping to carry out the bomb.
Samuel Wills, 24, is being held on suspicion of assisting those who carried out the attack, a police source told the Press Association.
Mr Wills has been charged with three counts of providing and preparing terrorist acts.
He was bailed to appear in Manchester Central Magistrates' Court on July 9.
Speaking to The Sun, Mr Wills' sister-in-law said the family was "devastated".
A witness told BBC News website: "I was walking to work when there was the sound of the explosion, and I saw a man running up the road with a red bucket and was like, 'oh my god'."
A resident who saw the aftermath of the blast said: "We were on the footpath to the house when we heard the explosion and the fire.
"There was a lot of smoke but the sky was still black and clouds were flying up.
"It was like a horrible nightmare."
There has been a stampede of people fleeing their homes at this time on the northbound carriageway of the city's M1 motorway and at the entrance to the road.
One man was seen carrying the body of a two-year-old boy after it crashed through a police cordon as it moved on to the M1, as a police helicopter hovered overhead.
Image caption The incident came as a surprise to residents in Manchester and the surrounding area
A witness, who did not want to be name