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Daughter Ozzy Osbourne survives fatal music studio fire and death of young producer |  show

Daughter Ozzy Osbourne survives fatal music studio fire and death of young producer | show

Amy Osbourne, 38, the eldest daughter of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, survived a Hollywood studio fire last week. He was killed in the fire, a young producer, and two were injured.

Amy is a musician like her father. The music is released under the pseudonym “ARO”. On Thursday, she was working at a music studio in Hollywood when a fire broke out there. According to local media, there were no smoke detectors in the building and fortunately someone noticed the fire before it could turn around. One person, young artist and producer Avery Drift, was killed in the fire. Two people were also injured.

In an Instagram post, Amy wrote that she is devastated by the events. “I am still in utter shock and find it hard to sit still and let the feelings of Avery go,” the musician wrote. “If there was anything either of us could have done, we would have done it. I can’t find the words to describe how terrifying it was yesterday.

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Sharon, Amy’s mother, writes on Instagram that she hopes future work on fire safety will take place on these studio complexes. “I really hope these types of buildings are better organized for fire safety in the future,” Sharon writes of the fire. This building was the creative center of Hollywood music, a place that had to be staged in case of fire. Producers, musicians, instrumentalists and performers also lost all their equipment. The American reality star also prays for the victim’s relatives. “Our prayers go out to the family and friends of the person who lost his life in this foolish fire.”


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