When she got downstairs there were only four of them with her.
He said one man was "trying to get everyone to get together to do something before it was too late".
The 24-storey residential building in west London went up in flames just before 1am on Wednesday (14 June), with 12 people confirmed dead and more than 70 being treated at hospitals across the city.
More than 200 firefighters from north Kensington, Kensington, Hammersmith and Paddington and surrounding stations were at the scene with the blaze burning from the second to the top floor.
Online records indicate contractor Harley Facades Limited installed "over-cladding with ACM cassette rainscreen" at Grenfell Tower.
They are continuing to work tirelessly to rescue people still trapped inside the building as smoke continues to billow out of the upper floors. Police expect the death toll to rise further.
The 27-year-old lived in a flat on the 19th floor of the tower.
His wife Cordelia and three sons have been searching hospitals all day but have been unable to find him. Saye's friend and mentor Nicola Green told the Standard that she received a Facebook message from Saye at around 3am.
MP David Lammy wrote: "If you have any information about Khadija Saye pls contact me".
When Davis attempted to contact her friend later on, she didn't answer the phone.
She said: "The bad events of last night and this morning have devastated our community".
"Someone asked "Did you try going down low with towels?' She said 'Yes, it's in my room".
The organization said: "We are aware that concerns have been raised historically by residents".
They lived on the 19th floor of the building. Or speak to any police officer to guide her.
"I've seen people jump... one at least, 10-15 floors up".
Jamie's heartfelt gesture comes amid reports that at least 6 people died in the blaze while more than 60 others are now said to be in hospital - 20 of whom are thought to have life threatening burns and injuries. "We don't know when we can go home".
Saber's wife Shakila, 45, and son Farhad, 24, fled the blaze.
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Survivors said they felt likely to be alive.
He described a perilous situation: "Only one fire escape to get down, and apparently that caught on fire", he said.
He said several people were still unaccounted for. "That was at 2.20am". "In my 29 years of career as a firefighter, I have never ever seen anything of this scale".
"In due course when the scene is secure, when it is possible to identify the cause of this fire, there will be proper investigation and if there are any lessons to be learned, they will be, and action will be taken", Mrs May said.
"That was the last time I heard from her", he said. A witness told Reuters that she feared not all the residents had escaped the fire.
"My thoughts are with the victims, their families and all of those who had their homes destroyed", she said.
Joe Walsh, 58, said he saw someone toss two children out a window on the fifth or sixth floor.
Rydon, the company responsible for the refurbishment said that the work, completed last summer, on behalf of the Council said that the work had met all required building control, fire regulation and health and safety standards.
"He was getting really anxious because the smoke was coming in".
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