Yesterday, there was a lot of people who have found dead after a fire broke out during a rave at a converted warehouse in Oakland, California. They are to be said that they confirmed nine deaths but prepared for the death toll in a rise as 40 death people upcoming.
Ms Deloche-Reed cried after Firefighters struggled to get access to the building overnight;
“There was between 50 and 100 people inside the venue and was hosting a concert by electronic group Golden Donna, along with six other acts. The building did not have a sprinkler system and firefighters did not hear any alarms when they arrived. The warehouse, which houses artists in improvised studios, was packed with furniture, mannequins and other objects, obstructing firefighters’ efforts to put out the blaze. It was filled end to end with furniture, whatnot, collections. It was like a maze almost. The only exit from the second floor was a staircase made from wooden pallets.”
The people felt that their skin was peeling off due to the fire last night, and specialist rescue teams were called to the site. They entered the building after the power had been switched off and a structural engineer had given the go-ahead.
Alameda County Sheriff’s sergeant Ray Kelly said,
“There had been no reported injuries and that those in the building appeared to have either made it out unscathed or died.”
Oakland was not the first time that many people died during the fire at this point. This happens many times during the past.
I am going to write “at this day” of Oakland’s history that will be written on here below.
On this(4th) day of Oakland, the people’s death was history written;
- The fire has been described as the deadliest tragedy in Oakland since the 1989 which killed 63 people in Loma Prieta due to the earthquake in northern California.
- The deadliest nightclub fire in recent US history occurred in 2003, killing about 100 people, when pyrotechnic effects by the rock band Great White set fire to The Station nightclub in Rhode Island.