Death toll from London tower block blaze rises to 17

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June 15, 2017 13:11
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LONDON - The death toll from the London tower block fire has risen to 17 and the figure is expected to rise further, police said on Thursday.

"Sadly, I can confirm that the number of people that have died is now 17," London police commander Stuart Cundy told reporters."There is still a number of people who are receiving treatment in hospital. There are 37 people receiving treatment, of which 17 are still in critical care."



The fire engulfed a 24-story building in west London in the early hours of Wednesday.

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