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One Year On: Subway Driver Stops His Train In Tribute To Grenfell VIctims


BuzzFeed News reports that a subway driver stopped his train in West London and waved a green banner in memory of the Grenfell fire tragedy, which took place a year ago today.The moment was captured by reporters at Sky News, who were filming the local community in Kensington as they paid tribute to the 72 victims and countless others who lost loved ones. Friends and families of the victims joined survivors in a vigil on Wednesday night, the eve of the anniversary, holding pictures of the victims as they walked to the burnt out tower block.

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