Adele visits Grenfell Tower firefighters and offers 'tea and a cuddle'

Vincent Carr
June 20, 2017

The country had held a minute's silence for the victims.

"We also reassured Mr Grogan that all our blocks have up to date fire safety assessments and are subject to regular safety inspections".

Four more people whose bodies have been recovered were identified on Monday: 24-year-old Ya-Haddy Sisi Saye (also known as Khadija Saye), 65-year-old Anthony Disson, 39-year-old Abufars Ibrahim, and 52-year-old Khadija Khalloufi.

The number of people confirmed dead after a devastating #Blaze tore through Grenfell #Tower has risen to 79, but police warn the official death toll could rise to more than 100.

The cladding on thousands of building across the United Kingdom in all local authority and housing association owned tower blocks is to be checked to try to allay the fears of residents in similar properties after the Grenfell fire in London last week. It was about 1am, she came with her husband.

Petty said Adele, who posed for photos with firefighters at the station and in front of one of their fire trucks, "wonderfully grounded and caring".

I am sure those members of the royal family who live in "grace-and-favour" apartments in Kensington Palace could easily be relocated to one of the many other properties owned by the Queen.

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Some people were seen throwing children from windows in a bid to save them whilst others jumped from their flats.

"We are so humbled by everyone's support", the brigade tweeted. It is incredibly hard to describe the devastation in some parts of that building.

John Synnuck, Chief Executive, Swan Housing Association offered condolences on behalf of the housing company to those who werre directly affected by the tragic incident in London.

Adele was spotted at the site by several fans who took to Twitter to praise their idol, with one writing: "Adele was going around and hugging everyone she could to comfort them".

"Whilst I've said I think there may be changes, I don't think those changes will be as significant as the changes we've seen over the last few days", he said.

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

The death toll was first given as 12 before being revised up to 17, then 30, then 58.

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