The Grenfell Tower survivors’ group at present stated it’s time people are “brought to account” after the London Fire Brigade gave an interview under caution as a part of the Met’s probe into the hearth.
The brigade stated it was “invited to give the interview as a corporate body, rather than as an individual” in relation to sections of the well being and security act.
It stated it needed to make the information public “in accordance with its commitments to transparency and to assisting in every way possible to prevent such a devastating fire from ever happening again”.
Grenfell United, the survivors and bereaved households group, stated it was “only right” that questions have been being requested of the hearth brigade.
It stated in an announcement: “It’s been 27 months for the reason that fireplace that killed 72 people. The first inquiry report is but to be revealed and up to now there have been no arrests.
“We have been very affected person however within the months forward we’d like to see organisations and people being introduced to account, classes being learnt and adjustments being made.”
A complete of 72 people died when the 24-storey tower block in north Kensington caught fireplace in June 2017.
London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton stated: “We have all the time been topic to the Metropolitan Police investigation and I would like to guarantee it’s precisely and publicly recognized the brigade has now, voluntarily, given an interview ‘under caution in relation to the Health and Safety at Work Act’.
“It is entirely correct that we are part of the investigation. Hundreds of firefighters, officers and control officers have already provided voluntary police interviews and we will continue to do all we can to assist investigators.”
She added: “The bereaved, survivors and residents need answers and we must all understand what happened and why to prevent communities and emergency services from ever being placed in such impossible conditions ever again.”
Scotland Yard stated it was conscious of at present’s assertion by the LFB.