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Club Fire Tragedy
West Warwick town officials appear before attorneys today
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  (Providence-AP) -- West Warwick town officials were in Providence today facing questions from attorneys in potential civil lawsuits stemming from The Station fire.
   Attorney Max Wistow deposed eleven town officials, including Town Manager Wolfgang Bauer, police Chief Peter Brousseau and Fire Chief Charles Hall.
   Wistow asked them to appear with documents about the club. He says he's trying to get a good picture about what renovations were done on the club and when.
   The lawyers are trying to build a case against product manufacturers and others they say are responsible for the rapid spread of the fire.
   The town officials left Wistow's office without comment.
   Mark Tourgee -- one of the town's attorneys -- says all documents relating to the club have been turned over except for some that the attorney general's office wants for the criminal
   Wistow says he plans to ask the attorney general's office for those documents.

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