Oakland Warehouse Owner Gives Statement On Tragedy

Published on 6 Dec 2016, 19:32
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland warehouse fire took the lives of musicians, artists and others trying to break down barriers with their performances. Among them was a female disc jockey who encouraged women to get involved in the male-dominated scene of electronic music. A promoter who sought to launch the careers of new underground talent. An artist who had fought to stay true to herself. The death toll from the Friday night fire that ripped through the dance party in the converted warehouse remained at 36 on Tuesday and Alameda County Sheriff Gregory Ahern told The Associated Press he didn't believe more bodies would be found.

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