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OAKLAND — A man who jumped from a second-story window as the Ghost Ship warehouse went up in flames last year described his harrowing escape during a critical court hearing Wednesday for the two men charged with creating an unsafe environment in the building. The preliminary hearing in Alameda County Superior Court comes just days after the anniversary of three dozen people dying on Dec. 2, 2016, at the warehouse. Two former Ghost Ship tenants, Derick Almena and Max Harris, are each charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for allegedly ignoring fire codes and obvious safety controls.

The first witness cherry red suede ballet flats with leather ankle ribbons | classic model | standard width | cherry red | ready to ship to appear, Aaron Marin, told the court on Wednesday that after the fire broke out he managed to pry open a window from the second floor and jump out, He waited for others below to catch them, but none came, Marin spent most of the morning testimony trying to describe parts of the layout of the Ghost Ship warehouse, and music amps and other equipment that were brought in for the party, Marin, who had been visiting from Oregon, said there was a large blow-up screen projector used for the party blocking the warehouse kitchen — which had a window from which he eventually escaped..

After smelling smoke, he ran upstairs to the party, pushing aside those amps on the floor to get to the dance party being held on the second floor, he testified. He saw flames coming from through the floorboard at that point, he said. Someone handed him a bottle of water to help put it out, but the flames were just too big. “My heart just dropped, everything was pure panic, chaos,” Marin said. Smoke started to come from behind him too, surrounding the walls and building. It got so thick it was hard to breathe and people started to come back up the front steps, shaking their heads.

“I just sat there and accepted that it was just over for me,” Marin said, During his description of the tragic events, family and friends of the 36 victims present in the courtroom cherry red suede ballet flats with leather ankle ribbons | classic model | standard width | cherry red | ready to ship were emotional, A couple held each other in the courtroom audience, their heads resting on each other, Another man closed his eyes and crossed his arms over his chest as if he were praying, As many as two dozen witnesses, including former Ghost Ship residents and visitors to the electronic dance party that led to the inferno, are expected to testify, Marin and another man, Jose Avalos, a former tenant of the warehouse, were the only two to testify Wednesday..

In transcripts read from prosecutor Autrey James during his questioning of the witness, Marin had told the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) officials that someone had specifically blocked the entrance to Almena’s room so that people couldn’t get in there during the party. But when asked in court on Wednesday who that someone was, Marin said he didn’t know. Marin escaped by pushing what he described as the projector screen, which he called the “stupid bouncy thing,” out of the way, eventually finding a window that he forced halfway open. The whole time he was screaming things like “window” to nobody in particular, but trying to get people to follow him, he said. When it got dark, because of the lights going out, he closed his eyes because the smoke had gotten so thick, and even held his breath.

He yelled for help and for someone to find a ladder so he could get out of the second story, Eventually, he stuck his foot out, still screaming as it got hotter inside, and jumped to safety, Avalos, appearing in black overalls, looked sullen and spoke softly when answering questions in court on Wednesday, When he was asked to point out Almena and Harris in the courtroom, on both occasions he began to cry, taking some time to wipe away tears before questioning resumed, Avalos, who lived at the warehouse since 2014, said he heard people yelling “fire” and then moments cherry red suede ballet flats with leather ankle ribbons | classic model | standard width | cherry red | ready to ship later, to “get out” around 11:15 p.m, the night of Dec, 2, 2016, When he got down from his loft on the first floor, he ran into a blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl, who he told to follow him as he escaped..

The fire was already moving fast. “I could feel them (flames) on top of me; I could feel them falling on my head,” he said. He doesn’t know if the girl he ran into ever made it out. In cross-examination by Harris’ attorney Curtis Briggs, Avalos testified that Harris was not “second in command,” as some have described him. Avalos said if residents wanted to host an event or wanted something, they would ask Almena. The preliminary hearing is expected to last five days and is the first time an Alameda County Superior Court judge hears the prosecution’s evidence against Almena and Harris.

Judge Jeffrey Horner will determine if there’s enough evidence for the men to move forward with a trial, which even their defense attorneys have said will likely happen, “Their actions were so different from the way an ordinarily careful person would act in the same situation that cherry red suede ballet flats with leather ankle ribbons | classic model | standard width | cherry red | ready to ship their actions amounted to a disregard for human life,” prosecutor James wrote in a court filing Monday, “Their reckless actions were the proximate cause of the death of the 36 individuals trapped inside the warehouse when the fire started.”..

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