This Morning viewers left emotional as they praise show for touching coverage of the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire – 'Absolutely heartbreaking to watch'

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THIS Morning viewers were left in tears as Alice Beer presented a heartfelt segment about the Grenfell Tower fire.

Viewers tuning in to this Morning on Monday were left emotional following the show’s coverage of the Grenfell Tower fire.

Roving reporter Alice Beer was at the Memorial Wall for the victims, where The Medwatch from North Kensington fire service arrived to pay their respects to the victims lost in the fire.

They were the first fire crew on the scene after flames engulfed the tower block. 

Choking back the tears, a clearly emotional Alice started off the segment saying: ”I’ve never seen scenes like this before.”

This Morning viewers emotional as they praise show for heartbreaking coverage of Grenfell Tower fireThis Morning: Alice beer gave a heartfelt report from the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire [ITV]

Emotional images from the scene show the brave firemen breaking down in tears and hugging each other as they paid their respects to the victims of the tragedy. 

Alice then went on to say that most of the tributes laid by the firefighters were apologies, with the fire crew saying sorry for the people they couldn’t save. 

In a sign of respect for the heroes who put their own lives at risk to save those trapped in the blaze, Alice then broke out into a round of applause for the men and women which was soon echoed by the visitors at the site. 

Back in the studio, hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield looked moved by Alice’s coverage as they solely sat and watched. 

It wasn’t just Holly and Phil who were moved by Alice’s report.

This morning viewers at home took to twitter to praise the coverage and express their sadness at watching the firefighters break down over the fire. 

This Morning viewers emotional as they praise show for heartbreaking coverage of Grenfell Tower fireThis Morning: Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield looked moved by Alice Beer’s report [ITV]

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