City inspectors scoured a multifamily house in Allston Monday where a Boston University student died and 15 people were injured in a fire early Sunday, focusing on several possible code violations, including whether too many people were living in the structure and whether tenants had the means to escape.
“We have a number of concerns as you might imagine, first and foremost the number of people living in the building . . . whether or not that was appropriate,” said Bryan Glascock, commissioner of the city’s Inspectional Services Department.