This Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016 file photo shows the front of The Ghost Ship warehouse damaged from a deadly fire in Oakland, Calif. To set foot in the Ghost Ship on a party night was to pass through the industrial facade of an old warehouse and enter an exotic world glowing with rainbow lanterns, guarded by figures of Asian deities and pulsing with a welcoming vibe. The Dec. 2 fire killed dozens of people during a electronic dance party, after it raced through the building, trapping them inside.
This Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016 file photo shows the front of The Ghost Ship warehouse damaged from a deadly fire in Oakland, Calif. To set foot in the Ghost Ship on a party night was to pass through the industrial facade of an old warehouse and enter an exotic world glowing with rainbow lanterns, guarded by figures of Asian deities and pulsing with a welcoming vibe. The Dec. 2 fire killed dozens of people during a electronic dance party, after it raced through the building, trapping them inside. Eric Risberg AP
This Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016 file photo shows the front of The Ghost Ship warehouse damaged from a deadly fire in Oakland, Calif. To set foot in the Ghost Ship on a party night was to pass through the industrial facade of an old warehouse and enter an exotic world glowing with rainbow lanterns, guarded by figures of Asian deities and pulsing with a welcoming vibe. The Dec. 2 fire killed dozens of people during a electronic dance party, after it raced through the building, trapping them inside. Eric Risberg AP

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