FIREFIGHTERS who tackled the Grenfell Tower glow are to be offering counselling to help them understanding with the horrific scenes they witnessed.
More than 300 veteran counsellors and therapists have offering to yield sessions for free after a programme asked for volunteers.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: “The men and women that went into the building that night saw some horrific things. There were bodies in the corridor as they battled to get up the building to rescue some-more women and children that were screaming for their help.
“The glow was on an implausible scale, the misfortune fire in new history.
“The firefighters are apparently lerned and have dealt with awful things in the past but zero prepares for you witnessing a tragedy of this magnitude.
“More than 300 counsellors will now be on offer to help them with one-on-one sessions.
“The response from them has been startling and hopefully they will be means to strech out to the men and women who tried to save people on that awful night.”
The scheme was organized by social services chiefs in North Kensington. The therapists will also work with residents who transient the fire.
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