Grenfell Tower Fire Survivors Refuse When Government Offers Free Lodging in Other High Rise Buildings — After Chancellor Admits Cladding in Grenfell Tower Blaze is ALREADY Illegal in Britain

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Urban Search and Rescue officers from London Fire Brigade inside the Grenfell Tower in west London
  • At least 58 people have died, or are missing or presumed dead after the blaze
  • Local resident said survivors were offered accommodation in high-rise hotels
  • Nadia said one family ‘freaked out’ when they were told they could stay there  

Survivors of the horrific Grenfell Tower inferno have ‘freaked out’ after being offered temporary accommodation in high-rise tower blocks.

A local resident known only as Nadia, who lives close to the 24-storey tower in west London, revealed one of the men who escaped the burning building was offered a place to stay in a hotel.

But she said he refused to go there with his children because they were frightened to enter a tall building similar to the one they dramatically fled.

Police have said at least 58 people died, or are missing, presumed dead, after the devastating blaze ravaged the tower block…

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