A new documentary web series, "The Station," will chronicle the tragic 2003 Station nightclub fire in Rhode Island that killed 100 people and injured many more.The incident allegedly spawned from pyro from the band Great White, thoush many believe the nightclub owners are also responsible.
The web series will reveal the personal stories of the people who were most affected, including survivors, family members, first responders, doctors and nurses who treated survivors, lawmakers and fire safety professions who analyzed what went wrong and what could have prevented the tragedy.
Weekly episodes will begin on February 20, the ten year anniversary of the Station fire.
They will be available for viewing free of charge, sponsored by Tyco International and can be viewed on the official website http://www.youtube.com/user/TheStationWebSeries
This project is based in part on From the Ashes, a book by Paul Lonardo and Gina Russo, the latter a Station fire survivor and current president of the Station Memorial Foundation. Learn more at http://www.stationfirememorialfoundation.org/aboutus.html
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