Adele Thanks Firefighters Who Fought London's Grenfell Tower Blaze

After comforting victims of last week's tragic fire, the singer visited Chelsea Firestation to thank the heroic firefighters with "tea and a cuddle"

Adele Visits Grenfell Tower firefighters to thank them for their heroism and here wears a red top and bold red lip; inline image.

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After visiting Grenfell Tower in London, England on June 14 to console victims after a devastating overnight fire raged through the 24-storey apartment building, Adele popped by Chelsea Firestation on June 19 to thank some of the heroic firefighters who tirelessly fought the blaze.

Over 250 firefighters were called to the scene on June 14 to fight the inferno, which has claimed a reported 79 lives, including those who are missing and presumed dead.

The morning after the devastating fire, the visibly distraught singer was seen offering support and embracing shaken people, accompanied by her husband Simon Konecki.

Many fans voiced their appreciation for her generosity.

British pop star Rita Ora also joined relief efforts on June 15 and was spotted carrying cases of water bottles and sorting through donations.

The fire has since been put out and the police recovery team continues to search the fire-ravaged building for bodies. Our hearts go out to all those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

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