Poignant public support for Grenfell Tower victims

Poignant public support for Grenfell Tower victims
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Minute's silence for Grenfell Tower victims


A minute’s silence has been held across the UK to honour the victims of the Grenfell Tower Fire.

Distraught firefighters joined the grieving public in a poignant show of unity and emotion.

Observing a minutes silence for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire with LFRS_Learning</a>. Our thoughts go out to anyone affected! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/WeCare?src=hash">#WeCare</a> <a href="https://t.co/IuHJL8pg1O">pic.twitter.com/IuHJL8pg1O</a></p>— Loughborough Fire (Loughborough999) June 19, 2017

Those who attended the blaze expressed shock at the speed of what happened.

Lucy Lucy Masoud is from the fire brigade union: “For something to spread this quickly and this dangerously , something has gone seriously wrong, which is what we have seen here.”

ONE MINUTES SILENCE FOR VICTIMS OF GRENFELL TODAY 11am #GrenfellMinuteSilence PLEASE RETWEET! #GrenfellFirepic.twitter.com/oP6VbkjE62

— Kurdish Solidarity (@Hevallo) June 19, 2017

At least 79 people died in the horrific blaze.

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