Grenfell fire: Almost 1,500 children treated for trauma

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Almost 1,500 children have been treated for trauma over the Grenfell fire, figures obtained by Sky News show.

A total of 6,247 people have been referred to the dedicated NHS Grenfell Health and Wellbeing service and 1,476 of those are children.

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