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 August 24, 2003
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Lawyers to question West Warwick officials about The Station
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(Providence-AP) -- Lawyers involved in potential civil suits stemming from a deadly nightclub fire in West Warwick plan to question town officials about the club.

Town Manager Wolfgang Bauer says he�s scheduled to appear Wednesday at attorney Max Wistow�s office.

The town clerk, planner, fire chief, police chief, building inspector and others have also been subpoenaed to appear at Wistow�s office.

Wistow and other attorneys representing victimsďż˝ families and fire survivors want to question town officials to determine what materials were used in the building that housed The Station and who made those products.

The lawyers are trying to build a case against product manufacturers and others they say are responsible for the rapid spread of the fire and the toxic fumes emitted by its smoke.

The February 20th fire killed 100 people and injured nearly 200 others.

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