Accidental blaze destroys St Damage is estimated at $225,000 in a fire that destroyed a house in St.
Andrews on Nov. 19. But the most hurtful damage, the homeowner's sister says, is a loss of photographs that coach handbags outlet stores her brother had accumulated over a lifetime. Debbie Mayers told the Winnipeg Sun that her brother Albert Bakker is a "basketcase" after hearing from his family that his two storey house on the 5000 block of Highway 9 has been razed by the accidental blaze, and is only a pile of wood and rubble. city longer than expected. That inconvenience, Mayers suggested however, may have been a life saving blessing. "He coach outlet atlanta motorsports thought he would have been back home already last night," Mayers said at the fire scene. An unidentified St. Andrews firefighter gave the Sun the damage estimate. Her brother's most distressing loss, Mayers said, is photography equipment and especially pictures that can't be replaced. By noon, firefighters from St. Andrews and West St. Paul continued to work at the property, along with staff from the provincial Office of the Fire Commissioner, though the house's burned out shell had coach factory store outlet been knocked down by a crew using an excavator. A specific cause coach outlet purses kids of the blaze had not been found by mid day, though RCMP said it was an accident.
Mayers said investigators have determined, however, that the fire started in a basement utility room and is not suspicious. Bakker, a business proprietor whose parents live next door on Highway 9, were also at the scene. Bakker is expected to return home this afternoon, Mayers said, adding that the house is insured.
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