Mario Gomes raced back into the building after getting separated from his 12-year-old daughter (Image: Go Fund Me) The hero dad was torn from his 12-year-old daughter as the pair fled the burning building. But nothing could keep the devoted dad from racing back into the burning building to find her, despite stumbling over the bodies of those who didn't make it. The 38-year-old and his family were on the 21st floor but were told to 'stay put' by fire service operators after being woken by the blaze at 2.30am.Frightened neighbours came to his door believing it was safer because his flat was on the other side of the building ชุดเครื่องนอน ราคาส่ง from the flames. But it soon became apparent the blaze was engulfing the building and it was time to leave. Hero dad got separated from daughter, 12, fleeing Grenfell Tower block inferno and went back to save her Marcio Gomes and his pregnant wife Andreia (Image: Facebook) Mr Gomes led his pregnant wife Andreia, eldest daughter Luana and her half sister Megan, 10, down the narrow stairwell. It was filled with black smoke so thick they couldn't see each other, and at times they found themselves stumbling over the bodies of those who didn't make it The family made it to the safety of the lower levels but then made a sickening realisation - Luana was gone. Distraught Mr Gomes, a teaching inspector, charged back in and led fire crews to back up the stairwells to where Luana had collapsed halfway down and got her to safety. A heroic man caught a baby thrown from a window in a miracle escape. The desperate woman dropped the baby from the ninth or tenth floor of the building as people waited below to catch the infant. Samira Lamrani described how one man rushed forward to catch the child after the desperate mother attempted to drop the baby to safety.
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