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A tragic warehouse fire in Oakland has killed at least 36 people, this is the most deadly structure fire in the history of California. It turns out the warehouse had been in violation of numerous building codes for years. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks break down the story and discuss the importance of regulations. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

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"The California warehouse where at least 36 people died last week has been on regulators' radar for almost two decades, according to government records.

A habitability investigation of the Oakland warehouse — which had been converted without permits into a hive-like artists' collective known as the "Ghost Ship" — was still pending when the building erupted in flames Friday night during a regular weekly party, according to government records.

The records show that the city was looking into a complaint alleging an "illegal interior building structure" at the warehouse, a two-story, 86-year-old building taking up almost 10,000 square feet."

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45 comments

  1. Posted by Fandoms And Chill, at Reply

    When there’s no dislikes yet.

    • Posted by Fandoms And Chill, at Reply

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    • Posted by Where R Ewe, at Reply

      32 dislikes,and I feel very productive. Dr. Why. :- )

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  2. Posted by The Progressive Voice, at Reply

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    • Posted by Where R Ewe, at Reply

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  3. Posted by Manc26, at Reply

    What kind of losers dislike this video?

    • Posted by Manc26, at Reply

      +Austin Poll Youre probably bitter because you had your penis removed

    • Posted by Manc26, at Reply

      +Mr Happy Guy You too

    • Posted by Manc26, at Reply

      +Henry Townshed aww they don’t cover the stories you want :'(

    • Posted by Manc26, at Reply

      +Derrick Minor Yeah TYT crackheads

  4. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    we smoke a damn joint and it’s off to prison we go! violate many building
    codes and ordinances as a property owner killing 36 people and more than
    likely you will face no jail time only pay fines. troubling!

    • Posted by Where R Ewe, at Reply

      Refer b rasis!

  5. Posted by David Silber-Baker, at Reply

    I’ve partied with this crowd many times before. They’re a bunch of smart &
    creative young people, but they don’t give two shits about regulations.
    It’s a total DIY culture and even though some of these people are
    incredibly talented, that also comes with a lot of arrogance. It’s a real
    tragedy. My roommate’s friend is one of the missing persons and I’ve been
    getting calls and sending texts making sure people are OK.

    • Posted by CRod_93, at Reply

      David Silber-Baker stay strong brother

    • Posted by Jarrick Williams, at Reply

      David Silber-Baker Hopefully they come back safe to you.

  6. Posted by Lisa Feisthome, at Reply

    So sad, thoughts & prayers for all who are suffering😭❣️

    • Posted by Hogz Tcp, at Reply

      Yeah, cause prayers do a lot…. Maybe if prayers put out fires we wouldn’t
      need firefighters…..

  7. Posted by Lisa Feisthome, at Reply

    Thank u guys for having this channel ❣️

    • Posted by agentnevermore, at Reply

      Is TYT going to report on maria ladenburger?

  8. Posted by Mattheos Clemence (Kangiwi), at Reply

    What? They have nothing to say about New Zealand PM stepping down???

    • Posted by Azaghal1988, at Reply

      Nice Avatar-Pic. This should be the Flag of New Zealand 😉

    • Posted by Mattheos Clemence (Kangiwi), at Reply

      Azaghal1988 Maybe if it became an Aussie state lol 😉

    • Posted by Azaghal1988, at Reply

      just swap it for a Kiwi-Fern Hybrid and it works for New Zealand ;D

  9. Posted by PhilosopherKing, at Reply

    When the rent is too damn high, hipsters gonna die!

  10. Posted by akeleven, at Reply

    sometimes you guys dumb down stories. another news media that covered the
    story uses it has an opportunity to point out but there is a lack of
    housing in the Bay Area and people are driven to this sort of living
    situation. so I am rather dismayed that you took the time to discuss wooden
    stair cases but did not mention housing shortage

  11. Posted by Burako Shimazaki, at Reply

    Not sure if liking this video means I liked the coverage or that I liked
    three dozen people dying…

  12. Posted by Marion Keenan, at Reply

    I think one of Trumps tweets gets more coverage than this tragic story.
    What is happening?

  13. Posted by Roman Natale, at Reply

    Oh Michael Scott. Back at it again with the office party in the warehouse.

    • Posted by Fernando Jr, at Reply

      Roman Natale 😲🤘

  14. Posted by Swing Thing, at Reply

    Do you want fires? Because that’s how you get fires!

  15. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    “We dont need anymore regulations, why do we even need them to begin with?”
    – trump turds.

  16. Posted by GuyThatUhate1, at Reply

    Because if you remove regulations businesses will do the right thing

  17. Posted by Pappa Bob, at Reply

    Normally like watching your coverage and editorial analysis of news
    activities. Like the “in-depth” analysis based on truth. logic, and common
    sense. In this case, however, being much closer to this event than you, I
    find you are simply reacting as the rest of the media without enough
    “digging” to understand the underlying reasons conditions like this
    “illegal” property use happens here. Even the local media is simply
    “ignoring” the root causes why people would choose to live in a environment
    that is clearly “not legal”, “not safe”, NOT MARKET RENT. The media, the
    ATF, and all the local government agencies are simply engaging in “finger
    pointing” to establish “blame” and “liability” instead of dealing with the
    root cause for conditions to exist like this one.
    Look at Taj Turner’s posts (and links) below to get a better understanding
    of the prevailing “housing” conditions here. It’s NOT simply about
    “regulations”!!

    • Posted by xXEl1teVi0Xx, at Reply

      while i would want to agree with you and think that talking about housing
      would may be brought a little more understanding of the situation the fact
      remain that 36 people died because the building wasnt meeting the standards
      required. also they never blamed the persons for living there they only
      mentionned the owner who should face consequences. so to me not talking
      about housing problems is not a huge failing. the story wasnt about 36
      illegal paty goer died, the story is 36 people died in a building that
      wasnt following regulation.

    • Posted by ASEC Mimosas, at Reply

      I’m reading what people are writing and it’s complaints but no solvency.
      There’s high demand for housing in LA, SF, Oakland etc, that drives up the
      price. “Root cause” “Root cause” By contrast would you like the housing
      market to crash so California houses can become affordable? California used
      to be the free dream of the west, go west get land. That’s not the case
      anymore, hasn’t been for decades. When you live somewhere like that you do
      so by choice, and maybe you don’t have another alternative to pursue your
      dream but that doesn’t make it less of a choice. The local government can’t
      do anything to aid someone in that position, you follow your dreams you run
      the risks and sometimes things don’t work out.

    • Posted by Pappa Bob, at Reply

      The point is, and has been noted by some of the survivors, this is not the
      ONLY “at risk” living conditions being experienced in this area and the
      media should be illustrating that situation and trying to direct more
      attention to the root causes people would feel compelled to accept those
      risks. Instead, the media simply “over-simplifies” and “points fingers”.
      Given “tenant’s rights” in California, it’s not ease to get rid of a
      “tenant” if/when you find they are not complying with the terms of their
      agreement. These tenants, now victims, are not criminals either. They are
      simply trying to find a way to survive.
      Again, don’t know any of the details that caused this tragic fire. I’m
      trying to speak on the topic of the “Media Coverage” of this tragic event.

  18. Posted by Anya Absten, at Reply

    yes Papa Bob. I am so frustrated that TYT, who usually DO get to the root
    cause, dud not even MENTION the housing crisis that put these victims in
    this situation. As an artist I live and work in Alaska half the year so I
    can afford to live in Oakland or SF the other half. This doesn’t help the
    local economy at all, I would LOVE to live here year-round and contribute
    MORE to this beautiful community but I simply CAN’T afford housing AND as a
    performing artist I make less than 20k a year, I can’t even afford Obama
    care, because the fee to NOT have health insurance is cheaper. This is the
    dilemma of SO many artists in the Bay. TYT let’s talk about THAT. ❤️ and ☮️
    to my Oakland family and their families.

    • Posted by Tesla Hudson, at Reply

      Anya Absten I make about 20k a year and can afford proper housing with my
      roommate. Just by the looks of the building I would never want to walk into
      it. Use common sense. Find ways to prevent such disaster.

    • Posted by Anya Absten, at Reply

      Tesla Hudson hi. do you live in the Oakland? I’d love to know where you
      found affordable housing, there are a lot of us who need it. Please share
      any details you can so we CAN find safe housing. (Also. I’m sure you are
      aware of this possible fact but just because I make 18k a year does not
      mean I have 18k to spare. My responsibility to bills such as car insurance,
      student loan debt and a car payment {because I’m underwater on a car so I
      have no choice but to make ridiculously high payments to a bank which will
      end up being exponentially more than the car is worth- which is 100% my
      fault for entering into a car loan agreement at a time when I COULD afford
      it, but now, years later, as I chose to leave 40k/year and a health plan
      because I AM AN ARTIST and quality of life=everything, I am stuck with the
      consequences} equal just over $1k/Mo which leaves me with about 6k/year for
      food, shelter, and transportation (I try to use public transit as much as
      possible). If you could show me how you stretch that to cover rent I’d
      really love to know the magic secret. Thank you!

    • Posted by Anya Absten, at Reply

      Tesla Hudson hi. do you live in the Oakland? I’d love to know where you
      found affordable housing, there are a lot of us who need it. Please share
      any details you can so we CAN find safe housing. (Also. I’m sure you are
      aware of this possible fact but just because I make 18k a year does not
      mean I have 18k to spare. My responsibility to bills such as car insurance,
      student loan debt and a car payment {because I’m underwater on a car so I
      have no choice but to make ridiculously high payments to a bank which will
      end up being exponentially more than the car is worth- which is 100% my
      fault for entering into a car loan agreement at a time when I COULD afford
      it, but now, years later, as I chose to leave 40k/year and a health plan
      because I AM AN ARTIST and quality of life=everything, I am stuck with the
      consequences} equal just over $1k/Mo which leaves me with about 6k/year for
      food, shelter, and transportation (I try to use public transit as much as
      possible). If you could show me how you stretch that to cover rent I’d
      really love to know the magic secret. Thank you!

    • Posted by Tesla Hudson, at Reply

      I don’t live in California because of the higher taxes and too much
      Government regulations. I live in Ohio where everything’s more affordable.
      You can always relocate. Plan ahead and move on. I always wanted to become
      a surfer but I know the consequences if I do that. Cars are dangerous, run
      down buildings are dangerous, the ocean is dangerous. People take too many
      risks. Moral of the story is safety is always number one.

  19. Posted by drumsalltime, at Reply

    This is tragic but stupidity hurts. In this case the stupidity was the
    complete ignorance of not just official safety regulations but also common
    sense.