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Harry Styles recently reached out to one of the victims of the Manchester bombing. Pictured: Styles at the presentation of Burberry Autumn/Winter 2014 collection in London of Feb. 17, 2014. Reuters/Olivia Harris

Harry Styles recently reached out to a 14-year-old girl who was critically injured at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester.

According to E! News, Styles called Freya Lewis while she was recovering at the hospital and told her that he loves her. Lewis is just one of the many others who were critically injured following the bombing at Grande’s concert.

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Manchester Evening News reported that Lewis has been in the intensive care unit (ICU) since the blast. The teenager suffered from multiple fractures, lacerations and burns after being hit by flying shrapnel during the explosion. One of the 22 people who were killed was Lewis’ best friend, Nell Jones.

Before being rushed to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Lewis was first given CPR at the arena. The student spent over 10 hours in surgery, and doctors have advised that she needs more surgery in the coming weeks. The young girl’s family has also set up a blog site where they have been updating family, friends and supporters on the victim’s progress.

A post from the blog detailed Lewis’ reaction when she came out of surgery and saw her dad. “Freya came around enough from sedation to look at her dad, blow him a kiss and smile. Then dad cried. ‘What could surpass that?’ Secondly, the phone rang, and it was Harry Styles. Freya woke up, Harry said he loved her, she said she loved him, then dad said he loved him!” the post read.

The blog post ended with a special thank you note to Styles for giving Lewis and the people at the PICU unit of the hospital something good to remember. “Harry, we salute you sir, Holmes Chapel is very proud of you!” the post noted.

Meanwhile, there’s an outpouring of love and support for Lewis’ late best friend, Nell. Her dad released a statement expressing their gratitude to everyone. “We are overwhelmed by the support that people have been giving us over the past few days. Everyone has been truly wonderful. It was very difficult coming here to Nell’s school today but we are so glad that we did. We are deeply touched by what we have seen,” he said.