Boston police have released transcripts of interviews with survivors of the Cocoanut Grove fire, one month before the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the blaze that killed 492 people and is one of the most devastating building fires in American history. “It’s a nationally important story, but it’s also particularly a Boston story," said Margaret R. Sullivan, the Police Department’s records manager and archivist who spearheaded the effort to release the statements to the public.
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