Fire in Residential Tower London: 6 Dead Above 20 Critical
Fire in Residential Tower London: 6 Dead Above 20 Critical. Indeed 6 deaths have fallen during the fire in a London skyline. It is assumed that the victims will still increase, the police reports. There are 74 injured cases. Twenty of them are in critical condition.
Many eyewitnesses saw residents of high altitude jumping down. It is not clear how many victims have fallen on the upper floors. The firefighters did not go beyond the nineteenth floor in their aid efforts.
The panic in the building was huge, confirmed by many eyewitnesses.
— London Fire Brigade (@LondonFire) June 14, 2017
“The report here in the neighborhood is huge,” says correspondent Anne Saenen, who is in London at the burning Grenfell Tower. “People have flown the street in their pajamas; they lost everything.”
The residential area of 23 floors has almost completely been destroyed. He is still on fire, says Saenen. “There are still flames from the building on the higher floors. Massive smoke columns can be seen. The whole area smells like burned plastic.”
Eyewitnesses and survivors tell what they experienced last night at the big fire in London’s residential tower. The 23-storey building is almost completely burned, and the death hall is running out.
Parents in the burning tower in London throw eyed their children down in an attempt to save them from the fire. A fire watcher managed to catch a baby thrown out of the window by a ragged mother.
Samira Lamrani says to the British newspaper The Guardian that she saw that a woman tried to save her baby by dropping out of a window from the ninth or tenth floors.
“The people were shouting and shining on the windows. A window was standing halfway. A woman begged that she would throw her baby out of the window and someone had to catch it. A man ran forward and managed to catch the baby. “
Another eyewitness says to the LBC radio station that a woman threw her son out of the window for a year or five. “I think he’s alright. He may have broken some bones or a few bruises.”
“Another woman shouted:” My child, my child, I have to go outside, I have to save my child. ” But we could not do anything. There was nothing we could do. “
Many eyewitnesses saw residents of high altitude jumping down. The chance that they survived the jump is small. Also, it is not clear how many victims there are on the upper floors. The firefighters did not go beyond the nineteenth floor in their aid efforts.