Firefighters and emergency crews worked frantically Wednesday to battle a massive fire that engulfed a 24-story tower block in west London. The blaze tore through Grenfell Tower in North Kensington at about 1 a.m local time.
The fire killed 79 people and that number could rise higher.
On June 16, Queen Elizabeth II met with people affected by the fire.
The Queen also met with firefighters and other first responders at the scene.
Prince William meets with community members affected by the fire.
Protesters sit in Oxford Circus during a rally calling for justice.
An image from inside a damaged flat in the tower.
The fire damaged lifts inside Grenfell Tower.
Smoke continued to fill the sky days after the fire.
A washing machine is visible in a burned-out flat at Grenfell Tower.
A firefighter conducts a search of a flat days after the massive fire.
People write tributes to the victims on a memorial wall near the site.
Prior to the Hero Hockey World League match between England and China; players, officials and fans participate in a minute of silence to remember the victims.
Volunteers sort through donations for victims.
Fliers are posted of missing people as the search for more victims continues.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan declared a "major incident" after the blaze engulfed the Grenfell Tower. Around 200 firefighters, 40 fire trucks and 20 ambulance crews were at the scene.
Former fire marshal Robert Rowe told CNN he suspects the fire sprinkler system 'was out of service or there was a malfunction at the time' based on how quickly the fire spread.
There are fears that the building, which houses more than 100 apartments, might collapse.
Officials say some residents had expressed concerns over fire risks in the building. Fire chiefs said it was too early to speculate on the cause of the blaze.
The fire broke out before daybreak. Around 200 firefighters and 40 fire trucks were deployed to the blaze, the London Fire Brigade said.
'This is an absolutely devastating fire,' Nick Paget-Brown, the local council leader, told CNN. 'By all accounts, it spread quickly.'
The London Fire Brigade said the cause of the fire is still unknown.
The 27-story Grenfell Tower was built in the 1970s and recently subject to a $10.9 million redevelopment.