At least six people have died and more than 50 are being treated in the hospital after a horrific fire engulfed a tower block in West London early on Wednesday, The Guardian reported.
Hundreds of people were evacuated, while others remained trapped and had to be rescued by firefighters.
In a statement, The Metropolitan police said it expected the number of fatalities to rise even more.
"We can confirm six fatalities at this time following the fire in North Kensington in the early hours of this morning, Wednesday, 14 June. These are very early stages and we do expect that figure to rise."
London's Mayor, Sadiq Khan also released a statement following the incident, sharing his sympathy with all those affected and reassuring Londoners that everything is being done to support the victims.
After news of the horrifying incident began to circulate on social media, thousands came together to help those in need, including London's Muslim community.
From offering people temporary shelter in Mosques to gathering donations, here's how Muslims are trying to help and support those affected.
Mosques are opening their doors to all those in need
Al-Manaar Mosque and Centre in London is offering victims of the fire a temporary shelter.
In a Facebook post, the center's officials wrote: "Anyone of any faith or no faith is most welcome to walk in to have some rest, sleep, and or have some water and food. Al-Manaar staff and volunteers will also be trying to deliver water, dates, and other emergency essentials to the affected area."