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At least 65 people were killed and more than 160 hurt as a Rhode Island nightclub erupted in flames during a rock concert last night, local authorities said.

"They are still pulling bodies out," Gov. Don Carcieri said. "This is a real disaster. This building went up fast — nobody had a chance."

Giant sparklers set off onstage by the '80s heavy-metal band Great White apparently ignited foam sound insulation in the walls and ceiling of The Station in West Warwick, about 15 miles southwest of Providence.

Robin Petrarca, 44, said she was within 5 feet of the door, but the billowing smoke was so thick, she couldn't see the exit. In the rush to escape, she fell and was trampled, but made it out.

"There was nothing they could do, it went up so fast."

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The flames broke out at about 11 p.m. as the headlining band played its first song, and quickly engulfed the nightspot within three minutes, filling the building with thick, black smoke, West Warwick Fire Chief Charles Hall said Friday.

"They are still pulling bodies out," Gov. Don Carcieri said. "This is a real disaster. This building went up fast — nobody had a chance."

Giant sparklers set off onstage by the '80s heavy-metal band Great White apparently ignited foam sound insulation in the walls and ceiling of The Station in West Warwick, about 15 miles southwest of Providence.

Click here for video footage of the nightclub fire.

The flames broke out at about 11 p.m. as the headlining band played its first song, and quickly engulfed the nightspot within three minutes, filling the building with thick, black smoke, West Warwick Fire Chief Charles Hall said Friday.

We'll have the latest for you on this developing story including a LIVE report from the area and an interview with a survivor of the fire.

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