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>> And I looked behind me, I didn't see my brother, I said, my brother, my brother where is he?>> The first named victim of the deadly tower block fire in London. Mohammad Alhajali a Syrian refugee who come to the UK in 2014. His brothers Omar and Hussam escaped only to realize Mohammad was not with them.
So, Omar found his brother from outside the building.>> He said, why you left me? He said, why I didn't leave. I said, they took him outside with me. They didn't, they left him.>> Mohammed was a civil engineering student at West London University. The Syria Solidarity campaign said his dream was to return to Syria and help rebuild the war-torn country.
>> He said, are you happy with me, are you happy about me? Do you have any problem with me? I said, no, who has a problem with you? You have a sweet heart, Mohammed. You will make it out. And then he said, he was speaking slowly and slowly and said, I can't touch him.
>> As many as 600 people lived in the 24 storey Grenfell Tower. Now, a blackened shell. With a search of the building expected to take months. Friends and relatives continue to look for their loved ones.>> Jessica was a 12 year old, vibrant, young girl who is going turn 13 next month.
She's a lovely little girl with bubbly personality and we are just worried and concerned about her and we just want her home, we want her back now.