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Club Fire Tragedy
Attorney General calls meeting for victims' families
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   (Providence-AP) -- Rhode Island Attorney General Patrick Lynch is meeting next Tuesday with victims' families and survivors of The Station nightclub fire.
   A survivor told The Associated Press she received a letter about the meeting in today's mail.
   The letter says the meeting is being called so Lynch can answer their questions about the status of the investigation into the fire.
   The mother of a fire victim also received the letter today. She says the meeting will be held at the West Valley Inn in West Warwick and lunch is being provided.
   A grand jury has been meeting to consider whether criminal charges are warranted in the blaze. So far, no charges have been filed.
   The fire killed 100 people and injured about 200 others.
   A message left with the attorney general's office was not immediately returned.

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