The 24-storey Grenfell Tower block on fire in June 2017
A blaze tore through the 24-storey Grenfell tower block in west London in the early hours of June 14, 2017 after a fire began on the kitchen of a fourth floor flat.
The exterior of the tower in north Kensington was quickly engulfed in flames before consuming the interior of the block, with firefighters responding to a fire after it was reported at 00:54 BST (23:54 GMT).
The fire started on the fourth floor and was not deliberate.
After official death toll figures were challenged in the emotionally-charged weeks after the fire, police said the final figure for the number of victims was 71, with more than 200 people managing to escape.
Police said there should have been 350 people in the block at the time of the fire, with 14 residents not home at the time.
There were 120 homes in the tower block that were destroyed including more in the surrounding area.
Around 200 firefighters were sent to fight the blaze and rescue those still trapped inside, with 65 people rescued.
A public inquiry opened on September 14 into the cause and spread of the fire.
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