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Alameda County Sheriffs and emergency crew workers look toward the site of a warehouse fire in Oakland, Calif., Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

(Billboard) – Last Friday, tragedy struck Oakland, Calif.’s dance music and artist community when a fire broke out during a 100% Silk party at a warehouse known locally as the Ghost Ship.

To date, 36 people have been killed, including Cash Askew, of Bay Area dream-pop duo Them Are Us Too; and Chelsea Faith Dolan, aka DJ/producer Cherushii, who was performing. Others are still missing, and Oakland Fire Department spokesperson Chief Teresa DeLoach Reed warned earlier this week that the number of confirmed fatalities could still increase.

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