The shell of Grenfell Tower was lit green to mark one year since the tragedy as memorials have been held all over London.
Today marks one year since a massive fire took over Grenfell Tower—a social housing building in west London—killing 72 people.
The remnants of the tower was lit green at 12:54 a.m., among other major landmarks around London, in remembrance of the lives lost, NPR reports. It was the moment when the first emergency call was made. A moment of silence was also observed midday.
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