Grenfell Tower Residents Shown Trapped On Top Floors In Facebook Video

Cesar Mills
June 16, 2017

"You can see she's trapped", Yaz told the program crying as she showed them a 10-second video.

The person filming the video can be heard inviting people into her apartment to escape the smoke.

"Your children are not going to be able to breathe".

Suhair Sharif, who rushed to the scene following the blaze, told MailOnline: "Rania lived with her husband and children on the 24th floor".

She opens the door to let other trapped residents into the apartment.

Ms Ibrham's friends said they were still anxiously waiting for news about her and her children, who are aged three and five. We have not heard from her since the video ended'.

The footage then shows Ms Ibrham head outside to her flat's balcony, before she said: "The police are telling us to get out".

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The Independent reports that so far 17 people have been confirmed dead in the Grenfell Tower fire, which burned down most of the 24-floor apartment building, which contained 120 homes. How are we going to get out?' "Tragically, now we are not expecting to find anyone else alive", she told Sky News.

"There's too many people stuck upstairs".

Another of Ms Ibrham's friends said she sent a Snapchat video in which she was praying and said in Arabic: "Forgive me everyone, goodbye".

Much of the rest of the video shows a clear view over the balcony, where smoke and fire can not be seen.

Twenty people are fighting for their lives in a critical condition with 78 people injured taken to six hospitals across London. Her husband was away at the time of the fire but is believed to have returned to London after hearing the news.

A series of blunders are being blamed for the disaster with residents claiming there were no working fire alarms, no sprinklers and the only staircase leading to safety was blocked.

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