A vigil following one of the deadliest fires in recent Minneapolis history has drawn about 100 people.
The memorial Sunday was in honor of the six people who died April 2 when a fire swept through McMahon's Irish Pub and the apartments above it.
Three identified victims were from the same family. Two as-yet-unidentified victims are also believed to be from the family. The sixth person is believed to be a pub bartender.
Victims' relatives attended the vigil but were too distraught to talk about their loss.
Minneapolis resident Lee Bauers told KSTP he came to show respect for the victims.
Minneapolis Fire Chief Alex Jackson was also there. He says the loss of life also affects his crews, who are grieving too.
The cause of the fire hasn't been determined.
Information from: KSTP-TV
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