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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2341

Adele entertains firefighters with cake!

By S.H.Moulana

The famous British pop-star Adele whose mega hit number ‘Hello’ was viewed by over 1.989 billion fans on Youtube, paid an unexpected visit to some of the firefighters who tackled the Grenfell Tower blaze in West London.

An overwhelmed fireman wrote this in Facebook “Lovely girl, genuinely grounded, interested and humbled. Beautiful.”

She just turned up at the station and knocked on the window and said that she has some cakes for them.

It is not the first time Adele has shown her support for those affected by the blaze which engulfed the tower block in the early hours of Wednesday before last.

It is reported that there are supports and appreciations pouring from all corners to the brave and selfless firefighters.
If not for their gallant work the final death toll would have been much more than 79.

The fire was reported at the 24-storey block early morning on Wednesday and there were forty fire engines and more than 200 fighters were rushed to the scene to tackle the blaze.

The fire affected all floors of the building from the second floor up.

The fire chief reported that a number of firefighters had suffered minor injuries during their rescue operation.

We need to know what those firefighters faced so we can really understand the magnitude of what they did to save lives.

No one could believe how this fire spread through the entire building. Anyone would have been scared but they faced it with courage.

Going to the heart of the inferno to rescue people, who would otherwise have died without the courage shown by these brave men.

The firefighters deserve much more than what they received in appreciation after everything they did for the residents of Grenfell Tower.

Bravo gentlemen, we salute you!

- Asian Tribune –

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