Nine Years Ago Tonight

Today marks nine years since The Station fire happened in West Warwick where 100 people died and many others are permanently injured both physically and mentally. With a state the size of Rhode Island, it seems that everyone knows someone that was directly affected by this tragedy. Even if you didn’t know anyone affected, try to keep these people in your thoughts, so we can make sure events like this do not happen again.
Over the next year, filmmaker David Bettencourt will be putting together a documentary about The Station fire and plans to release it next year, on the 10th anniversary of the fire.
As painful as the annual articles about the fire are and what the movie might do to stir up emotions from those affected, it will be good to have the event and its toll preserved for future generations to learn from.

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Monique
Monique(@monique-chartier)
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9 years ago

Thank you, Patrick.

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