OAKLAND (CBS SF) — The coroner released the names of nine more people who died in the massive warehouse fire in Oakland.

On Tuesday night, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Coroner’s Bureau released the names of nine more positively identified victims who died in the fire that began at about 11:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016 during a party at 31st Avenue and International Boulevard.

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Those nine names are:

Billy Dixon, 35, Oakland

Johnny Igaz, 34, Oakland

Ara Jo, 29, Oakland

Amanda Kershaw, 34, San Francisco

Griffin Madden, 23, Berkeley

Vanessa Plotkin, 21, Oakland

Hanna Ruax, 32, Helsinki, Finland

Nicole Siegrist, 29, Oakland

Alex Vega, 22, San Bruno

The Coroner’s Bureau previously identified these victims who died in the fire:

Cash Askew, 22, Oakland

Em Bohlka, 33, Oakland

David Cline, 24, Oakland

Micah Danemayer, 28, Oakland

Chelsea Dolan, 33, San Francisco

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Alex Ghassan, 35, Oakland

Nick Gomez-Hall, 25, Coronado

Michela Gregory, 20, South San Francisco

Sara Hoda, 30, Walnut Creek

Travis Hough, 35, Oakland

Donna Kellogg, 32, Oakland

Edmond Lapine, 34, Oakland

Jennifer Morris, 21, Foster City

Feral Pine, 29, Berkeley

Benjamin Runnels, 32, Oakland

Jennifer Kiyomi Tanouye, 31, Oakland

Brandon Chase Wittenauer, 32, Hayward

A 17-year-old minor also died in the fire and has been positively identified by the coroner.

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On Tuesday afternoon, the City of Oakland declared an local emergency to allow federal and state funds to be directed to the city following the warehouse fire that claimed the lives of 36 people.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation, but the City of Oakland said the only permitted use for the warehouse is as a commercial space, not for residential nor for public assembly use.

About three weeks before the deadly fire, the city had received complaints that there was an illegal interior building structure at the warehouse and that the building had been remodeled for residential use.

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By Hannah Albarazi – Follow her on Twitter: @hannahalbarazi.