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Fire crews in Wales have tweeted messages of support to their London colleagues fighting the tower block fire in the city.
Several people have been killed after a huge fire engulfed and destroyed a large block of flats.
The Welsh fire crews say their 'thoughts are with everyone affected by the devastating flat fire' and their 'colleagues from London'.
The Metropolitan Police has set up a help line for anyone concerned for loved ones in London.
The number is 0800 0961 233.
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Welsh singer and broadcaster Cerys Matthews has shared video footage of the huge fire which has engulfed a west London tower block.
Several fatalities have been confirmed at the 27-storey Grenfell Tower in north Kensington. Residents who escaped have spoken of others trapped and screaming for help.
Matthews, who lives in London, said on Twitter: "We are okay- but all locals and residents are shell shocked , utterly concerned about those that might not have escaped".
The First Minister Carwyn Jones says his "thoughts are with" those affected by a huge fire at a block of flats in west London.
The fire, which was reported during the early hours of Wednesday morning, has engulfed several floors of Grenfell Tower, near White City.
The London Fire Commissioner has confirmed that there have been a "number of fatalities". Witnesses have reported seeing people trapped in their homes.
The Metropolitan Police has set up a casualty bureau for anyone concerned about family and friends on 0800 0961 233.
My thoughts are with all those affected by the horrific fire at Latimer Road, London.
Thinking of everyone involved in the tower block fire in London. Hoping the emergency service workers and residents are all safe. Awful.
Awful scenes - thoughts with those affected and our incredibly brave emergency services. https://t.co/wpooY2olCk
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Welsh MPs have paid tribute to an unarmed police officer who was among four people killed in a suspected terror attack in Westminster yesterday afternoon.
PC Keith Palmer, 48, was stabbed by a man armed with two large knives inside the grounds of the Houses of Parliament.
To PC Keith Palmer's family, friends & colleagues, sincere condolences & thanks for your courage & bravery. Words s… https://t.co/A8Iywj1LAg
Deepest condolences to the family and friends of PC Keith Palmer. His great bravery will not be forgotten.
RIP PC Keith Palmer and the other victims of today's attack - my thoughts and prayers are with you and your friends and families
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