The Grenfell Tower block fire tragedy has left many of London’s residents in deep shock over the past few days as many families have lost loved ones in the devastating fire that ripped through the 27 storey building on Tuesday night, however in the past few hours many have been given renewed hope after two young girls were found alive in the burntout remains of the housing block.
Worried residents of the building were given some little hope earlier this morning after the two young girls who were feared dead where found alive by the dedicated and hard working rescue teams who are still searching for missing people who got lost in the devestating fire.
The girls named Tazmindi, 6, and her sister Malek, 10, were thankfully found alive in hospital after they were rescued from the top of he burning building on Tuesday night.
Although the news of the young girls survival was a relief to many, sadly the search for their mother and father, Farah Hamdan, 23, and Omar Belkadi, as well as their baby sister, Leena Belkadi, six months old, is still currently ongoing.
Speaking about the girls discovery a local resident who has been working relentlessly over the past 48 hours, Ousama Itani, confirmed that the girls had recently been found in hospital.
Mr Itani told Sky News: “These two girls here were unaccounted for and were recently just accounted for in a hospital but we’re still looking for their parents and a small baby in their family as well.”
“The little girls were found near the top of the building so we’re very happy they were actually rescued.”