LONDON — The blackened walls of Grenfell Tower, wrapped in white plastic, still cast their shadow over the surrounding neighborhood in West London, five years after the fire that killed 72 people. What to do with the 220-foot structure — or what to build in its place — is one of the tragedy’s many unresolved issues.
For some of the victims’ families and survivors, the skeleton of the tower is a powerful reminder of the deadly inferno. For others, it is a constant source of trauma.
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