Disturbing body-camera footage has been released by police showing the destruction and devastation inside the Grenfell Tower fire escape, where many residents lost their lives trying to escape the burning building.
Teams investigating the building are scouring for bones and teeth in a bid to enable doctors to identify those still missing and offer clarity on who sadly died within the building.
The clip shows one man walking into Grenfell Tower through a temporary wooden passageway.
Debris can be seen littering the floor in the foyer, although the walls are not burnt or charred in any way.
As the investigators make their way up through the fire escape, the first floor appears relatively unscathed.
However, subsequent floors, from 10 all the way to 19, are unrecognisable, covered with dust and debris caused by the horrific fire, which is believed to have taken around 80 lives.
After removing the ‘visible remains’ of victims, officers have sent in police dogs to examine some of the homes, which it is not safe for them to enter due to weight restriction.
A fingertip search will be conducted on all the flats on all floors to find as much information and to identify as many of the victims as possible.