Grenfell Victims Remembered on Fifth Anniversary of Fire

Survivors and the families of victims were among thousands who joined a multi-faith memorial service and silent march in London on June 14, marking five years since the Grenfell Tower fire, in which 72 people died.

Footage recorded by Lynn Rusk shows people gathered at the tower block in west London before the service, as well as firefighters forming a guard of honor.

Grenfell United, which organized the memorial service and march, said 18,000 people participated.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also attended the memorial service. Credit: Lynn Rusk/LondonWorld via Storyful

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