LAS VEGAS (KUTV) — Tuesday marks two years since the deadliest residential fire in the City of Las Vegas' history.
The Alpine Motel Apartments fire took six lives. It happened in downtown Las Vegas.
The building had a history of code violations. There are now several lawsuits against the owner, who is also facing charges of involuntary manslaughter.
Read more about the fire and the aftermath through extensive coverage from 13 Action News:
- Video shows people escaping Alpine fire in downtown Las Vegas
- Family of Alpine Motel Apartments fire victim demanding answers
- New lawsuit alleges code violations, wrongful death at Alpine Motel
- Troubled Alpine Motel Apartments has fire safety violation history dating back 34 years
- Las Vegas to educate rental property owners on safety following Alpine fire
- New lawsuits filed in deadliest residential fire within City of Las Vegas history
- Coroner releases causes of death for Alpine Motel fire victims
- EXCLUSIVE: New text messages, video interview reveal details in deadly Alpine Motel fire
- UPDATE: More lawsuits filed against Alpine Motel in deadly fire
- Lawsuit filed against owners of Alpine Motel in deadly fire incident
- Charges filed against owner and his associate for deadly Alpine Motel fire