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Grenfell Tower residents told to go to the top floor

MailOnline Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Grenfell Tower residents told to go to the top floorFarhad Neda said '35 to 40' people came to the top floor of the Grenfell Tower after being told they would be rescued by a helicopter. The LFB said it does not use helicopters for rescues in tower fires.
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