POLICE are still hoping to speak to party goers who attended a night out that turned into tragedy, resulting in the deaths of two young Brent women.
Nabila Nanfuka, 22, of Yeats Close, and 19-year-old Laurene-Danielle Jackson died after a club crush at Lava and Ignite nightclub in Northampton, which happened in the early hours of October 19.
Northampton Police have reiterated their appeal to find out more about the circumstances of the disaster.
Detective chief inspector Tom Davies at Northampton Police said: "This is a long and complex investigation and continues to involve a wide range of agencies and experts to ensure that all lines of investigation are pursued. The investigation has to cover a broad range of issues in order to ascertain what led to the deaths of Nabila Nanfuka and Laurene-Danielle Jackson. This includes identifying those who attended the event and specifically looking at what they can tell us about the circumstances as people left the event."
Around 100 people have already come forward who were there on the evening, and have provided their own accounts of what happened.
Dt chf insp Davies added: "Many more people attended that night and we would like to speak to anyone who was there about their experience of the event. All accounts of the evening will help us build a picture to understand what led to these tragic deaths. We are also continuing to work with and support the families of those involved in the incident."
Luminar, which runs Lava & Ignite, Liquid and Oceana clubs throughout the UK, announced just days after the tragedy that it was appointing administrators in a move that will put up to 3,000 jobs at risk.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission also announced this week that it had begun an independent investigation into Northamptonshire Police actions 'ahead of and during' the incident.
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