Alarm may have helped family escape from fire in Grenfell Tower, BBC Newsnight has learned.
Police are now looking for those who may have left smoke inhalation or smoke-filled smoke bombs at the tower block in east London, which saw around 500 people displaced after the blaze gutted one block.
And while there has been no death or serious injury so far an김천출장마사지d firefighters are hoping to get to the scene of the blaze by lunchtime tomorrow, fire inspectors are assessing the damage to the complex on Thursday night.
Image caption The blaze began on Friday morning a보성출장샵nd has charred through much of the 16-storey block in west London
Image caption There have also been reports of debris strewn throughout the neighbourhood
Image caption Many were living below the rubble and in the rubble of the block
Some evacuees are thought to have been sleeping in the building’s courtyard, while others may have been trapped indoors, as their windows were destroyed.
Many of those who left were young mothers, who would later learn they could still be at risk from the smoke of the fire.
They are believed to have been taken to nearby St Clement’s Hospital, while some young children were picked up by friends, although they are reported to have been returned to a neighbour’s flat and care.
Staff from London Ambulance Service and the London Fire Brigade helped many people on to safety on Thursday morning and have provided transport and medical care.
Image caption Some residents were found outside their f실시간 바카라lats, while others were trapped inside, with reports of «chaos» on Friday
«It’s been really, really chaotic as people are all trying to get out of the building at the moment,» a family member from the Grenfell Tower block told the BBC.
«We’re stuck in the street as it is, just trying to get away from it and not being able to get out of the way.»
Another resident told Sky News: «I was trapped outside because I was sleeping in the stairwell.
«The next thing I realised was the police would arrive in 30 minutes.
«There’s a cordon out there with red-hot fire engines at every entrance to help people. It’s crazy.»
As many as 200 people may be trapped inside the block, including the residents of two families who were staying with their young children in one of the blocks.
A local resident, who asked not to be named, said: «All this has happened in minute