R.I. Nightclub Fire Probe Health officials say they are making more progress in identifying the 96 people killed Feb. 20 in a Rhode Island nightclub fire. Meanwhile, hundreds of family members of victims tour the nightclub site for the first time. NPR's Tovia Smith reports.
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Families of R.I. Nightclub Victims Visit Charred Site

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Families of R.I. Nightclub Victims Visit Charred Site

Families of R.I. Nightclub Victims Visit Charred Site

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Health officials say they are making more progress in identifying the 96 people killed Feb. 20 in a Rhode Island nightclub fire. Meanwhile, hundreds of family members of victims tour the nightclub site for the first time. NPR's Tovia Smith reports.