In London the relatives of the victims came out to protest
Victims of a fire in a London high-rise building and their families came out to protest in front of the district Council in Kensington. They require local authorities assistance in eliminating consequences of the fire, investigating its causes, as well as immediate funding to help the victims.
Victims of a fire in a London high-rise building and their families came out to protest in front of the district Council in Kensington. Video from the scene publishes Ruptly.
They require local authorities assistance in eliminating consequences of the fire, investigating its causes, as well as immediate funding to help the victims.
Despite the presence of guards, activists managed to break into the building Council.
“Justice for #Glenfell”
“May must go!”
“Blood blood blood on your hands!”#GlenfellTowerFire demo snakes around to Downing St #GlenfellTower pic.twitter.com/PH2VQnZ3Qs
— Stefan Simanowitz (@StefSimanowitz) 16 Jun 2017
On the night of June 14 in a 24-storey residential building in the British capital began a strong fire. Listed as missing 70 people. Presumably, they all died. Previously, on 16 June representatives of the local authorities reported about 30 casualties, warning that the death toll could rise.
Die Stimmung kippt. Demo in London. #glenfelltowers #London #LondonFire pic.twitter.com/DJQadzd9cG
— Ralf Günther (@Bildknipser) 16 Jun 2017
In hospitals there are 24 people, 12 of them in serious condition. The British authorities promised a thorough investigation into the incident. Evacuees temporarily housed in nearby aid centers, mosques and churches.
People have started marching down Kensington high street. They’re chanting “no justice, no peace” & “Tories out” #GlenfellTowers pic.twitter.com/MSn9wd4dZL
— Fiona Rutherford (@Fi_Rutherford) 16 Jun 2017
The Guardian reported that the contractor repairing the apartment building, saved by the skin of the building.