A rest centre and emergency contact number have been set up for people who have been affected by the Grenfell Tower block fire .
Multiple fatalities have been confirmed and more than 50 people have been taken to hospital, following the blaze which broke out at around 1.16am on Wednesday morning (June 14).
More than 200 fire fighters tackled the raging flames at the 27-storey block in North Kensington .
The stability of the current building remains unclear and surrounding residents have been evacuated from the area.
The tower block housed 120 flats and hundreds of people, many of which are suspected to still be missing.
An emergency centre has been set up for evacuated residents.
A spokesperson from the Royal Borough of Kensignton and Chelsea said early this morning:
"An emergency rest centre is open for evacuees at the Harrow Centre, Freston Road."
The Metropolitan Police has an emergency number for anyone concerned for loved ones. The Casualty Bureau number is 0800 0961 233.
If you've reported someone missing and they have been located it’s also important to let them know on the number above.
Speaking on the BBC, a spokesperson for the force urged members of the public to call the above number and not to dial 999.
London Ambulance Service has also stressed that their emergency number should also only be used in "a genuine emergency".
If you are immediately affected by the "dynamic situation" which continues to unfold and seek medical advice, call 111.
A Facebook group, named 'Grenfell Tower residents at RPT' has been set up to help find people who may be sheltering in the surrounding area.
The group can also be used if you are a nearby volunteer and can provide supplies to evacuated residents.
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