Written by Reuters
08 Nov, 2019 | 11:50 am
REUTERS:- Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Thursday (November 7) met with survivors of disasters including the Grenfell Tower fire and Westminster Bridge attack while attending the launch of a charity that provides care for victims of domestic emergencies.
The charity, called the National Emergencies Trust (NET), was backed by the royal couple who met attendees at the event in London’s St Martin-in-the-Fields.
NET helps to provide efficient emergency response to domestic disaster victims in the UK.
Following the launch, Prince William and Catherine met with representatives from the emergency services, NGOs, rescue dogs, and some of the NET’s charitable partners.
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