Today, on what is the 19th anniversary of the fire that took the lives of 100 people and injured many more, I am sharing the 3-part series released last year. One thing is very clear, the events of that night and the days, weeks, and months that followed, have had a lasting effect on the people of West Warwick and the state of Rhode Island to this day.
Never forget what happened so it will never happen again.
Episode 11 from 2/19/2021:
Special guest, Scott James - author of Trial By Fire: A Devastating Tragedy, 100 Lives Lost, and A 15-Year Search For Truth - http://scottjameswriter.com
On the night of Feb 20, 2003, a deadly fire rocked the small town of West Warwick, Rhode Island. One hundred people were killed, 230 injured, and an entire state was left grieving. The tragedy thrust the town into the national spotlight. News crews from around the world descended, clamoring for a look at the disaster that had been caught on camera by a local TV photographer. The Station Fire remains the deadliest rock show in US history.
Author Scott James describes what he discovered over his 10-year investigation into the Station night club fire, about what really happened, and how authorities rushed to judgement.
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