I got there 10 minutes after the fire started. The air was thick with smoke, and there was confusion everywhere. There were a lot of wrecked cars, and the ground was littered with the jerry cans that people had been siphoning fuel into. There were a lot of burnt bodies. Officially, 269 people died. The place was full of security and relatives, but there was no time to stop and talk. When you have such a big story you have to move around to see the drama, the anguish, the pain.