London Tower Tragedy: Hopes fading in identifying victims.

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Hopes are fading in identifying all the people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire west London.

This comes after emergency services spent a third day searching for bodies in the burnt-out block of residential flats in North Kensington.

 

So far, seventeen people are known to have died but the figure is expected to rise, because dozens of people remain unaccounted for, while thirty others are still in hospital, including seventeen in critical condition.

 

Meanwhile; a full scale public inquiry has been ordered into the inferno at the Grenfell Tower in London.

 

United Kingdom Prime Minister THERESA MAY wants to determine how the fire that started on Tuesday night and raged until Wednesday afternoon managed to spread rapidly.

 

PM MAY visited the scene of the fire in north Kensington, just as Labour Leader JEREMY CORBYN stopped by and assured community leaders that the truth has to come out.

 

The Queen of England has also offered prayers for the victims, assuring that her thoughts and prayers are with families.

 

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