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The California District Attorney investigating last summer’s Berkeley tragedy will not be bringing any criminal charges in connection with the collapse of a balcony that killed six young people and injured seven others.
Nancy O'Malley said that following a nine-month investigation her office had concluded that there was “insufficient evidence” to bring criminal manslaughter charges against any one individual or company.
On 16 June last year, an apartment balcony at the Library Gardens complex in Berkeley collapsed as young people celebrated a 21st birthday. Read More