UPDATE 7:05 p.m.. EST Tuesday:
A federal official said a refrigerator is among the possible sources of the Oakland, California, warehouse fire.
BREAKING: Federal official: Refrigerator among possible sources of deadly Oakland warehouse fire.— The Associated Press (@AP) December 6, 2016
UPDATE 6:33 p.m. EST Monday:
Prosecutors said Monday that murder charges are possible in the Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people.
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley said her office has not yet determined whether a crime was committed, but added charges could range from murder to involuntary manslaughter.
Investigators are working to ensure that removing debris won't jeopardize any potential evidence.
UPDATE 9:07 a.m. EST Monday:
The death toll in the Oakland fire has increased to 36. Fire officials said 11 of the victims have been identified.
Fire Chief Teresa Deloach Reed said the building was too unstable to keep searching, and search efforts will be halted until it is safe again.
A cause has not been identified, and the death toll continues to climb. About 70 percent of the building has been searched, but the back of the building, where the fire started, has not yet been searched.
Firefighters saw the building leaning dangerously.
WATCH | Another survivor came forward with his story of how he made it out alive.
UPDATE: 8:00 p.m. EST
At least 33 people have been confirmed dead in the aftermath the Oakland, California, warehouse fire.
Teenagers and a deputy's son are among the dead, according to CNN.
The death toll is expected to rise as crews continue searching the two-story building. By Sunday afternoon, roughly 35 percent of the building had been searched, Alameda County Sheriff's Sgt. Ray Kelly said.
WATCH | Alameda County Sheriff's Sgt. Ray Kelly addresses the death of a deputy's son.
Kelly added that it could take weeks to identify victims using DNA and dental records. In the news conference, he asked that families preserve DNA samples of their loved ones' to help with the identification process.
UPDATE: 3:28 p.m. EST
Officials say the death toll from the fire in a converted warehouse in Oakland, California, has risen to 30.
BREAKING: Officials in Oakland, California, say the death toll from a fire in a converted warehouse has risen to 30.— The Associated Press (@AP) December 4, 2016
Officials have recovered 24 bodies from the wreckage of the Oakland warehouse that hosted a concert on Friday night, the Los Angeles Times reports.
About 80 percent of the building has not yet been searched. Alameda County Sheriff Ray Kelly said the cause of the fire is unknown; arson is not suspected but it has not been ruled out.
Many concertgoers are still missing. Officials say the death toll could be as high as 40.
WATCH | One survivor of the fire described his harrowing escape on CNN.
WATCH | Here's a look at the blaze. Former residents told the LA Times the warehouse was a "death trap" with no sprinklers and had rooms crammed with flammable wooden instruments and furniture.
Dozens of concert attendees are still missing.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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