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Ten years ago, The Station nightclub fire killed 100 and injured many more. For survivors, the road back has been unthinkably hard.
Before the smell of burning flesh, before his knuckles were bloodied by scrambling feet, everything was different. Christopher Travis was singing in his pick-up truck.
A rock band’s explosive light show ignited a hellish inferno that killed at least 96 people in one of the deadliest nightclub fires in US history.
Special report: Behind the R.I. nightclub fire | part 1
If the Derderians believed the foam installed to lower noise would be the answer to their problems, they were tragically mistaken.