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A resident of London's Grenfell Tower - the scene of one of the country's most ferocious fires - recorded a harrowing Facebook live video while trapped on the 24th floor with her children.
Rania Ibrham, 30, is heard desperately screaming for help as thick black smoke blows through the front door of her apartment, while she attempts to find a safe way out of the building.
"Hello! Hello! Come here!" Rania yells during the 6-minute clip, while standing at the front door of her home, she then takes shots outside on the balcony as she is heard telling someone on the phone, "the police are telling us to get out" and "how are we going to get out?".
It is believed Rania and her children are still unaccounted for 24 hours on from the ferocious blaze that has killed at least 12 and injured dozens. Authorities say possibly "hundreds" of people are missing.
One of Rania's friends, known as 'Yaz', spoke to Good Morning Britain, she said she had watched a devastating Snapchat video from the mother
"You can see she is trapped. She is praying and saying "forgive me everyone, goodbye".'