THREE girls reported missing in the inferno have been found alive in hospital.
Sisters Tazmin Belkadi, six, and eight-year-old Malek, who lived on the 20th floor of the tower block, were discovered yesterday after relatives spent hours trawling hospital wards to find them.
One of the girls is in a coma and the other is sedated due to trauma, a relative said.
But their parents Omar Belkadi and Farah Hamdan and six-month old sister Leena are still missing. Cousin Adel Chaoui said protocol means the authorities are not able to give out information, so they had to beg sympathetic nurses and officials for help to find the siblings.
‘My family has been round all the hospitals asking for anyone who matches the descriptions,’ she said.
‘One took pity on us and gave us information… and lo and behold it was the girls.’
Lulya Benyam — another victim who was missing, feared dead — is being treated in the intensive care unit at St Mary’s Hospital, it emerged last night.
The 13-year-old had not been seen since becoming separated from her mother during the chaotic evacuation from the blazing tower block.
But a statement from The Lloyd Williamson School, in Ladbroke Grove, where Lulya is a pupil, confirmed she has been found alive.
‘Thank you everyone for your incredible support and please keep Lulya, her family and all those affected in your thoughts,’ it read.