Nigel Farage's Thankful Message To The Grenfell Tower Heroes

  • Nigel Farage's Thankful Message To The Grenfell Tower Heroes

Nigel Farage's Thankful Message To The Grenfell Tower Heroes

Massive flames licked up the sides of the block as 200 firefighters battled the blaze for hours along with 40 fire engines.

After the fire broke out it should have been contained to a few flats as per modern building norms in the UK.

Some witness reports say children and a baby were seen being thrown out of windows amid the blaze.

By 5 p.m., it was still not clear how many people were able to escape the fire and how many others were still missing.

"We are shocked to hear of the devastating fire at Grenfell Tower and our immediate thoughts are with those that have been affected by the incident, their families, relatives and friends".

Mosques, churches, and Sikh temples have all played a role in helping victims of the fire.

"This is an unprecedented incident".

The London Fire Brigade Commissioner has confirmed there have been a number of fatalities.

Just before 4am (UK time), the Metropolitan Police said "a number" of people were being treated at the scene treated for a range of injuries and cordons were in place. Endless numbers of people.

"The cause of the fire is not known at this stage and, clearly, we will be here all day and will be providing further updates, working with the police and ambulance service".

"There were people banging on windows screaming, crying out for help". There are signs on display in your block that tell you what to do in the event of a fire.

Damage caused by Wednesday's apartment complex fire in Kensington, England, is likely to largely be covered by reinsurance, according to Protector Forsikring ASA, the insurer for the building.

Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing Street office said she was "deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life" in the fire.

Several witnesses also described the horror of seeing people leap from the tower to save themselves.

It is unclear how many people were inside the building when the fire broke out, but the tower comprises around 130 flats and houses more than 200 people, according to United Kingdom media reports.

"If we had stayed in that flat, we would've perished". "Whether the emergency services got to them and have taken them to hospital, I don't know".

"I'm lucky to be alive - and lots of people have not got out of the building I've lost everything I own".

"No one has approached me yet (following the fire)". "It's the most terrifying thing I've ever seen".

"There were no fire alarms", said Daffarn, who was warned by a neighbor to flee.

"The whole landing was thick with smoke". "The fire started on the upper floors. oh my goodness, it spread so quickly".

Kent Fire and Rescue Service and London Fire Brigade were two of those which also published safety advice for people living in tower blocks. Mayor Sadiq Khan said many questions must be answered about safety for the scores of other apartment blocks around the British capital.

Muslims awake for Ramzan might have helped save lives after noticing the horrific blaze at Grenfell Tower, reported Independent.