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Oakland warehouse manager: ‘I am incredibly sorry’ about fire that killed 36

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In an exclusive interview with TODAY, an anguished Derick Almena, manager of the Oakland, California, warehouse where a devastating fire took the lives of dozens, tells Matt Lauer: “I am here to say one thing – that I am incredibly sorry and that everything that I did was to make this a stronger, more beautiful community and to bring people together.”