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British Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered a full public inquiry into the high-rise apartment blaze that killed at least 17 people in London amid growing public anxiety about whether similar blazes could occur in other housing blocks around the country.May moved quickly to establish exactly what caused the fire – and why it moved so quickly, engulfing the building that housed as many as 600 people in less than an hour.Fire safety engineers were stunned at the pace in which flames tore through the 120-apartment Grenfell Tower early Wednesday when most people were asleep. London firefighters, many traumatized by the devastation, worked Thursday to make the building safe so they could continue searching for more victims.Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton said it would be a "miracle" if anyone else were to be found alive.It is unsafe for firefighters to go into parts of the 24-story tower, so the fire department is working with structural engineers to shore up the building so they can complete a "finger-tip search" of the entire structure, Cotton said.
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