Adele surprises Grenfell Tower firefighters with cake

Jay Anderson
June 20, 2017

The programme on Monday night quoted sources as alleging it was only as those firefighters left the building that they saw the blaze was still burning on the outside of the 24-storey tower in north Kensington.

"It may take weeks and months for some patients to recover physically".

He then said that five of the dead have been identified but that it will be a slow and painstaking task to identify the others.

All four victims were residents of Grenfell Tower.

She said: "We have no water".

The firefighter added: "Can I accept/live with the thought that saving two lives is better than taking the risk to go up and potentially saving no one?"

"It is incredibly hard to describe the devastation in some parts of the building", he continued, his voice breaking.

Fire-damaged lifts are seen inside the tower block.

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"That's why she totally accepted that it (the government response) hadn't been good enough".

Adele made their day as she walked into Chelsea Fire Station, and one of the wardens was so touched by her huge gesture that he shared it on Facebook so everybody knew what a sweetie she is!

Research by Survation for Good Morning Britain (GMB) gave Jeremy Corbyn's party a three-point lead over the Conservatives, as 44% of respondents backed Labour, 41% opted for the Tories, 6% for the Lib Dems and 2% for Ukip.

Briefing reporters at New Scotland Yard, London's police headquarters, Cundy said a criminal investigation into the tower blaze would be exhaustive. The investigation will include areas such as the construction, renovation and maintenance of the building and fire safety procedures, he said.

A 52-year-old woman is the fifth victim of the Grenfell Tower fire to have been named, after Scotland Yard announced the death toll had risen to 79.

Mr Cundy said the death toll may still change, but not as significantly as it has in recent days.

Five people who were reported missing after the disaster have been found safe and well, he added.

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