Adele Pays Emotional Visit to London’s Grenfell Tower

Adele was spotted visiting the Grenfell Tower in London Wednesday night to offer her support to those affected by the devastating fire that killed at least 12 people and 74 others injured, People reports.

Fan sites also reported that the British singer and her husband Simon Konecki were photographed near the incident. Adele was walking around hugging those affected and asking people what she could do to help.

The Grammy winner was evidently distressed as she spoke with victims of the fire, and was seen helping people standing outside the tower.

Adele and Konecki own a home in Kensington, near Grenfell Tower, ET reports.

According to Associated Press, fire officials received reports of the fire just before 1 a.m. local time and flames could be seen more than 10 hours after London Fire Brigade team arrived.

“In my 29 years of being a firefighter, I have never, ever seen anything of this scale,” Dany Cotton told NBC News. “This is a major fire that’s affected all floors of the 24-story structure from the second floor upwards.”

Officials announced just before noon local time, that 64 people had been taken to six hospitals across the city, and another 10 people went to the hospital on their own. Officials said in the statement that twenty victims were in critical care.