Camden Council cabinet member for community safety, Councillor Abdul Hai, said:
“This is [a] tragic incident and our thoughts are with the victim’s family at this sad time. Our health and safety and building control teams attended the scene immediately to take the necessary action to make sure there was no further danger to the public from the building.”
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