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A fourth man was brought to hospital with suspected smoke intoxication, a spokesperson for the fire service said. But the spokesperson ruled out the possibility of further victims. The exact cause of death of the three victims initially remained unclear. A further 15 men were examined at the site of the fire, but were not found to have suffered any injuries. Fire services were alerted at around A total of 80 fire crew rushed to the scene in 30 vehicles.
The fire was extinguished relatively quickly, with crews preventing the flames from spreading to an elderly care home on the floor above. Customers of the establishment, many dressed in nothing but towels in the cold winter night, were provided shelter in a fire services van. At first several people were reported missing. Around 30 people were in the club when the fire services arrived. The cause of the fire remains unclear. Berlin police are to begin an investigation on Monday morning.
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