Grenfell Tower inquiry: 'Hero' brother sheltered others in top floor flat

Grenfell Tower inquiry: 'Hero' brother sheltered others in top floor flat
 

A man who died sheltering six people in his top-floor flat as they tried to escape the Grenfell Tower fire has been hailed a hero by his sister.
Raymond "Moses" Bernard, 64, gave refuge to neighbours who were unable to find a way down, his sister Bernadette told the inquiry into the blaze.
The father-of-three "did not deserve to die by suffocation, cyanide poisoning and ultimately burned" she said.
"I will never forget. I will never forgive."
Speaking on the seventh and final day of the inquiry's commemoration hearings, Ms Bernard said the bodies of Deborah... read more

 
30 May 2018 in Regional, Views: 45
Source: BBC
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