Updated at 9:10 a.m. ET The blackened shell of Grenfell Tower was lit in green Thursday to mark a year since a fire engulfed the social housing building and killed 72 people. The fire has come to symbolize poor living conditions in public housing and what is perceived as a slow and distant government response. The green lights at Grenfell and other London landmarks turned on at 12:54 a.m., the moment last year when the first emergency call was made. Prime Minister Theresa May gave an anniversary interview to Grenfell Speaks , a social media group devoted to the tragedy. In the interview published Wednesday, she acknowledged that on the day of the fire, she had only met with officials. "I didn't of course on that first visit meet members of the community...
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London Lights Grenfell Tower Green A Year After Deadly Fire