Death toll in London fire rise to 17, still expected to increase

The death toll has risen from the initial 6 to 17 people and firefighters are still working to dampen the blaze and search for bodies.
London’s fire commissioner Dany Cotton this morning revealed that there is “genuinely” no idea when it comes to the estimating the total number of missing people.
She also admitted that it we be an “absolute miracle” if there was still anyone alive in the tower and that it would take “weeks” to complete a proper search with the building still unstable.
 At the moment, the final death toll is still unknown and there’s no fixed number on missing persons.