Leslie Landberg raises her hands during a moment of silence at the vigil held for the Ghostship fire victims at Lake Merritt on Monday December 5, 2016. Aleah Fajardo/ Special to S.F. Examiner

Leslie Landberg raises her hands during a moment of silence at the vigil held for the Ghostship fire victims at Lake Merritt on Monday December 5, 2016. Aleah Fajardo/ Special to S.F. Examiner

Vigils for Ghost Ship fire victims held in SF, Oakland

Friends, family and supporters gathered in both San Francisco and Oakland, Calif. Monday, December 5, 2016 at two separate vigils to remember the 36 people who died in Friday’s three-alarm fire that tore through a two-story warehouse party in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood Friday, December 2. Photos by Aleah Fajardo and Jessica Christian.

A woman holds a candle at a vigil held for the Ghostship fire victims at Lake Merritt on Monday December 5, 2016. Aleah Fajardo/ Special to S.F. Examiner

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A woman holds a candle during a vigil at Lake Merritt on Monday December 5, 2016 held for the 36 people who died in the Ghost Ship warehouse party fire Friday, December 2. Aleah Fajardo/ Special to S.F. Examiner

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