In 2005 at 6am on a Sunday morning, the Buncefield Oil Terminal in Hemel Hempstead exploded with such force that it was said to have been the loudest explosion since WW2. Although a number of people were injured, nobody died, luckily because it occurred in a commercial area when most people who worked there were asleep at home.
This is not the case with the Grenfell fire. The images of the tower block burning and knowing that people were living there are heart-breaking. The community are pulling together to help. Questions are being asked as to how in the 21st century this can occur.
It will be hoped that those who might be responsible will come forward early and agree to help all those who haven effected.
Like with the Buncefield cases we were able to help individuals with a variety of problems.
Should you require any advice or help then please do not hesitate to contact us.