Another man told the Guardian his three-year-old daughter “opens her curtains every morning and looks straight out on to the tower where her friend died. It’s very hard for her to comprehend what’s happened”.


Sue Duggins, a worker at a nearby nursery that lost a child in the fire, said children were acting out the catastrophe. “They’ve been dressing up as firefighters and ambulance people. They’ve been pretending to be dead and pretending to pull each other out of fires,” she told LBC radio.

“They’ve been using the language they’ve been hearing, they’ve been evacuated, everywhere’s burning, they need to put the fire out. Lots of that is coming out in their play.”


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