A Grenfell Tower survivor has told an inquiry it is a "slap in the face" for firefighters to suggest they would change nothing about their actions that night.
Rosemary Oyewole, a secondary school teacher who lived in flat 113 on the 14th floor, took shelter in her home with seven other residents, including her family.
Four of her neighbours died in the flat on June 14 2017 after a rescue team accidentally left them behind.
Giving evidence at Holborn Bars on Monday, Ms Oyewole criticised the fire service for not accepting mistakes were made and suggested they bore responsibility for the deaths.
Witnesses including firefighters and commanders have told the inquiry they did all they could, but the fire had spread beyond their control.
Ms Oyewole escaped down the smoke-filled stairwell with her partner Oluwaseun, known as Seun, and their four-year-old daughter when a rescue team reached their flat.
Various firefighters had told them to stay put on four different occasions before this, she claimed.
Peter Herrera, the firefighter who led the eventual escape, has said he was told no-one was left in the flat - an account disputed by at least two survivors.