Since Oct. 5, when The Providence Journal ran a list of 430 people who were inside The Station when the fire started, two additional survivors have been added to the list, bringing the total to 432.The total exceeds all of the various limits on the club's capacity set by the Town of West Warwick. Those limits ranged from as low as 253 to as high as 404, according to town documents. The total is also greater than the number that officials have said were in the club when it burned. In public comments just after the fire, Governor Carcieri estimated the crowd at 350. Since Oct. 5, a reporter has spoken to one more survivor, who was at the nightclub with someone who was not on any of the previous lists. The newly identified survivor interviewed by The Journal is Kenneth Mariorenzi, 35 on the night of the fire, of Warwick. He was at the concert with Philip Delaroca, a coworker at Foxwoods Resort Casino. The complete list of 432 names can be found on Projo.com at this location.
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