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    As rescue crews and authorities continue to sift through the wreckage from a deadly Oakland warehouse fire, family members and friends wait anxiously to find out the fate of their missing loved ones. Rick Boone reports. (Published Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016)

    As rescue crews and authorities continue to sift through the wreckage from a deadly Oakland warehouse fire, family members and friends wait anxiously to find out the fate of their missing loved ones.

    At least 24 people died and dozens remain unaccounted for after flames broke out late Friday inside the "Ghost Ship" warehouse located in East Oakland, according to officials.

    Below is a confirmed list of missing persons, according to family members or friends.

    Alex Vega. Vega was attending a music event at the "Ghost Ship" building with Michela Angelina Gregory, his girlfriend, according to Daniel Vega, Alex Vega's older brother.

    Alex Vega
    Photo credit: Manuel Vega/Instagram

    Michela Angelina Gregory. Gregory was inside the "Ghost Ship" building attending a music event with Alex Vega, her boyfriend, according to Daniel Vega.

    Michela Angelina Gregory
    Photo credit: Manuel Vega/Instagram

    Pete Wadsworth. Wadsworth reportedly lives on the first floor of the "Ghost Ship" building, according to a friend.

    Pete Wadsworth
    Photo credit: Pete Wadsworth/Facebook

    Jennifer Kiyomi Tanouye. Tanouye was reportedly doing nail art inside the "Ghost Ship" building when the fire ignited, according to a friend.

    Jennifer Kiyomi Tanouye
    Photo credit: Jennifer Kiyomi Tanouye/Facebook

    Ara Jo. Jo was believed to have been inside the "Ghost Ship" building when the blaze broke out, according to her family. Having not received any information about her location, Jo's family is struggling to remain hopeful.

    Ara Jo
    Photo credit: Ara Jo/Facebook

    Alex Frantz Ghassan. Ghassan, a budding director, posted a video to his Instagram account of what appears to be a cluttered room inside of the "Ghost Ship" building before flames ripped through the structure. Comments on the post are clamoring for Ghassan to let people know that he is OK, but he has not responded.

    Alex Ghassan
    Photo credit: Alex Ghassan/Instagram

    Officials with the University of California, Berkeley confirmed Sunday that "members of the Berkeley campus community" are also among the missing.

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