Deadliest Fire In Rhode Island History
The deadliest fire in Rhode Island history was sparked at the Station nightclub in West Warwick on February 20, 2003. As the Great White rock band launched into its first song Daniel Biechele, the tour manager, ignited four small pyrotechnic devices near the stage. The 15-foot streams of sparks quickly ignited flammable foam that been put up as soundproofing, and the fire spread as people tried to push their way out through crowded doors.
Posted: 2006-05-08 3:14:23 PM
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