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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.
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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.
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>> 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.
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>> 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.
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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.