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Club Fire Tragedy
Judge tours warehouse where nightclub fire items stored
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  (Cranston-AP Updated 12:00)  Bar stools, beer bottles and burned out drums
are some of the 717 items civil attorneys have collected from the site of The Station nightclub fire.
   The items are locked up in a four-thousand square-foot warehouse in Cranston.
   Superior Court Judge Alice Gibney toured the warehouse this morning to take a look at items, which could be used as evidence in any civil action.
   She says she thought it was appropriate to visit the site, since she was appointed to oversee the lawsuits.
   She says she's satisfied with the process and says it's moving along efficiently.
   The items are tagged and sitting on various shelves in the warehouse. All of the items have been photographed.
   The stage area was also removed from The Station in pieces, and has been reassembled at the warehouse.

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