Two girls who had not been seen since the devastating tower block fire yesterday morning have been found alive.
Metro.co.uk reports that, Tazmin Belkadi, 6, and her sister Malek, 6, are currently recovering in hospital after they were rescued from the top of the Grenfell Tower.
Their mother and father, Farah Hamdan, 23, and Omar Belkadi, as well as their baby sister, Leena Belkadi, six months, are still reportedly missing.
Ousama Itani, a resident who has been working throughout the night trying to reunite families, said that the girls had recently been found in hospital.
‘The little girls were found near the top of the building so we’re very happy they were actually rescued.’
Mr Itani also issued an appeal for information and said: ‘If anyone has seen their father, Omar, perhaps inform him that his children have been found in the hospital.
He added: ‘It’s such a shock for us and traumatic for people to be still unaccounted for even now 32 hours into the fire.’
Yesterday, Farah’s fathe, Rkia Hamdan, issued a desperate appeal for news about his daughter and her family, telling The Sun: ‘We’ve been to all the hospitals and we’ve been searching all day but we still haven’t found them, we just want to know they are safe.
‘They’ve got two little girls Tazmin and Malek and we’re just so upset and worried about them.
‘I’m so angry with the police, they need to give us more information. It’s heartbreaking that so many families are going through this, just trying to get answers. We just want them home. It’s so upsetting.’