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Oakland, California / Party Warehouse Fire #1104849

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 04, 2016
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(Studio: Cecilia Vega) Report introduced.

(Oakland: Neal Karlinsky) The investigation into the deadly fire at a party warehouse in Oakland featured; scenes shown of the fire at this artists' collective, the burned-out building, the site before the fire; details given about the many problems with the building. [Oakland city council Noel GALLO†- agrees it was preventable.] [Oakland fire battalion chief Melinda DRAYTON†- comments on the tragedy & how many bodies were found.] [Mayor Libby SCHAAF†- comments on the building records.]

(Studio: Cecilia Vega) Report introduced.

(Oakland; Kayna Whitworth) The staggering loss of life in this fire featured; photos shown. [Searching for daughters, Anna MENDOLA†, Kim GREGORY†; survivor Max OHR†, Alameda County sheriff's office Sgt. Ray KELLY†- comment on the lost people.]

(Studio: Cecilia Vega) One survivor's story presented. [MAN - describes what happened inside the building.]

Vega, Cecilia;
Karlinsky, Neal

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