Wednesday marks one month since the deadly Conception Boat fire that killed 34 people off the coast of Santa Cruz Island.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
On Sept. 27 law enforcement officials released a preliminary report and said investigators had not been able to determine what started that fire. The official investigation could take up to two years to be completed.
Thirty-nine people were on-board the Conception Boat when it caught fire. Only five crew members survived. Investigators said all 34 victims died from smoke inhalation.
All of the victims have been identified and a memorial is set up at the Santa Barbara Harbor to honor their lives.
One Santa Barbara woman said she continues to take care of the monument to remember those affected.
"Being able to honor their friends and their family because it's a long distance for some people and so if they're able to they've thanked us for having this memorial… it means a lot to them," Santa Barbara resident Jennifer Stafford said.
Truth Aquatics, the owner of the Conception boat, has suspended all its diving trips indefinitely.
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