Grenfell Tower fire death toll rises to 79 and is likely to rise further

19 June 2017 @12:01 | Metro.co.uk
The death toll from the Grenfell Tower fire has risen to 79 police said this morning. Latest figures from NHS England show that 17 patients are now being treated in four London hospitals. Of these, nine are in critical care. Footage from inside the gutted 24-storey building was released last night, ... continue...


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