On Wednesday a major fire engulfed a 27-storey block of apartments in central London. RELATED: London Attack: 7 Killed, Dozens Injured, 12 Arrested, 3 Suspects Shot Dead by Police Police have confirmed six casualties and over 50 treated at various hospitals for injuries sustained in the inferno that erupted at the Grenfell Tower in North Kensington.  London Fire Brigade have stated that they could not report a figure as the investigation is still in its infancy. Black and gray smoke billowed into the air from the building, where some residents were reportedly trapped inside. More than 200 firefighters with 40 engines reported to the scene to fight the blaze. “We are dealing with a really serious fire that spread throughout the building,” a spokesman for the fire brigade said. “The crews are … Next »
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