Originally Posted by Rev22:17
Yup, there are many things that do not add up here. Yes, the sprinklers should have gone off as well as the fire alarm.
The problem here is that the sprinklers and the sensors for the alarms were inside the cabins, while the fire was outside.
I will say it again, that is still speculation on some folk's part just like the cigarette thing.
Early reports said that it started on a balcony, but did it really? When the final investigation report is published, I'll read it and make my conclusions basaed on the evidence that they present.
Since a lot of folks here are speculating, I'll toss one out there. There was an accelerant involved to generate that intense heat and fast spreading fire. The cause of the fire - electrical malfunction.