A quick search of news headlines regarding this tragedy places the death toll to perhaps 41 and relatives angry with local government officials for not requiring sprinklers or smoke control systems. The cause seems to be faulty wiring at this point, but the investigation continues.
What drives people to generally blame the government for disasters? I believe it is because government has been the keepers of people worldwide for quite a while, at least as early as civilizations started to rise out of the post-Flood and especially the post-Babel distribution of peoples. We can see in the Gospels that at least some Jewish people saw sin as a root causative factor (John 9:1-3, Luke 13:1-5). But generally, it's the government's fault for not better regulating things. Should we not better regulate ourselves in light of God's word? Or would we rather live under a nanny government?
It starts with turning away from sin to the Father by the Son through the work of the Holy Spirit. Then when tragedy does happen, because it will, then believers know Who really is in charge and to Whom to turn in catastrophe.