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Oh Crap! VIDEO-Towering Inferno: HUGE Fire Engulfs London Tower Block

Towering Inferno: Screaming Residents Build Ropes From Sheets and Lean Out Windows as Huge Fire at West London Tower Block Engulfs the 27-Storey Building with 200 Firefighters Struggling to Control the Blaze

  • The blaze engulfed the 27-storey Grenfell Tower on Latimer Road in White City on Wednesday morning
  • Horrifying pictures emerged on social media showing massive flames licking up the side of the block
  • Desperate residents trapped high in the enormous residential tower were heard 'screaming' for help
  • Police are evacuating panicked residents and two people are already being treated for smoke inhalation
Daily Mail/AP, 14 June 2017


The 'horrendous' blaze struck the 27-storey Grenfell Tower in Latimer Road, White City, in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Several people are being treated for a 'range of injuries' including illness from smoke inhalation. One neighbour said he believed someone had jumped from the block.



The fire has spread from the second floor to the roof of the enormous 120-flat block, with 200 firefighters struggling to bring it under control.
Panicked residents trapped high in the enormous tower were heard screaming for help as they leaned out of their windows and tied bed sheets together in an attempt to reach the ground.

Flatowners in their pyjamas have been evacuated as police are pushing people away from the area for fear the block will collapse due to 'chunks' of debris flying off from the tower.


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Desperate residents are building ropes from sheets in an attempt to escape a huge inferno that has engulfed a tower block in west London




The entire block has been completely covered up by the massive flames on all sides with thick plumes of smoke filling the air




Witnesses said that the acrid smell was 'horrendous' as the inferno gutted all the windows and swept across the entire building








Several people are being treated for a 'range of injuries' including illness from smoke inhalation. One neighbour said he believed someone had jumped from the block





The fire has spread from the second floor to the roof of the enormous towering block, with 200 firefighters struggling to bring it under control


Police, 40 fire engines and helicopters rushed to the scene as horrifying pictures emerged on social media showing giant flames licking up the side of the block.
Fire crews from North Kensington, Kensington, Hammersmith and Paddington and from surrounding fire stations are in attendance. The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.

Tim Downie, who lives 600 metres from the building, told Sky News: 'The acrid smell is just horrendous. The building has pretty much burnt out, there are just a few bits that are still not burning.


'Every single window is gutted. There is debris falling off it. The heat was extraordinary. The fire has wrapped itself around the block. People on the street said it started on the fourth floor and spread all the way up and around.
The London Fire Brigade said: 'Crews continue to work hard at tower block fire in North Kensington. Fire is from 2nd to top floor of 27 storey building.'

Firemen were inside trying to get people out of the building, which was built in 1974 and part of the Lancaster West Estate.






























The 'horrendous' blaze has struck the 27-storey Grenfell Tower in Latimer Road, White City, in the early hours of Wednesday morning

Residents have been asked to shine torches and phones out of their windows so the fire brigade knew there was someone who needed rescuing.


By 3am, at least one torch was still shining from the block, which was ablaze on two sides as hundreds of concerned neighbours gathered near the building to watch and try to contact those inside.

One neighbour, Derry Glover, told MailOnline he first heard sirens at around 1am. He added that he believed someone had jumped from the building.










MASSIVE LONDON FIRE: Risk Of Building Collapse 24 Storey Grenfell Tower Block Fire In West London, UK.








We all need to pray for the poor people that are trapped inside that inferno....
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