58 people in London apartment are missing and presumed dead in fire

Police commander Stuart Cundy said there was nothing to suggest the fire was started deliberately.

The London mayor made the claim after it was announced on Saturday that 58 people are now presumed dead in the tragedy.

Tensions were high two days after the overnight fire gutted the huge housing block, killing at least 30 people and leaving dozens missing and hundreds homeless.

Some footage from inside the tower may be released tomorrow to show the difficulties fire crews are facing, Cundy said at the press conference. He says it will take weeks or longer to recover and identify all the dead in the public housing block that was devastated by a fire early Wednesday.

"The response of the emergency services, National Health Service and the community has been heroic", the prime minister said in a statement.

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"People raised these concerns, people were expressing issues regarding the safety and unsafe living conditions", says Lancaster West Residents Association chairwoman Olesea Matcovschi.

Prime Minister Theresa May's government earlier sought to quell anger over the fire, pledging to support the victims of the blaze after protesters jeered her when she visited local residents.

One of her closest allies, Damian Green, defended May on Saturday, adding that a team would go to the area to answer questions from residents.

Some 19 people remain in four London hospitals, 10 of who are in critical conditions.

"It was a death trap and they knew it", one person shouted as demonstrators swelled outside the building, with dozens going inside.

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She will also be chairing what's described as a "cross-Whitehall meeting" from Downing Street this afternoon in response to the disaster.

"It is hard to escape a very sombre national mood", she said in a message marking the event. "Nothing was done to improve fire-proofing standards, The Telegraph writes, while also citing changes in laws, unsafe cladding, no government reviews, and even missing sprinklers to try and explain the tragedy".

Engineering experts and fire safety specialists believe the building's exterior cladding may have quickly fuelled the blaze, overwhelming fire protection devices. "My government will do whatever it takes to help those affected, get justice and keep our people safe", she said. More than three million pounds ($3.8m) have been raised for the affected families.

'As London faith representatives, our united minds, hearts and prayers are with everyone in Grenfell Tower and with the families and friends of all those who are impacted.

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Local authorities have warned that the death toll is certain to rise and that some of the victims may never be identified. Choucair told Reuters residents had concerns about the safety of the building and she was angry about what has happened.

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