Friday morning was destroyed by fire, a car-craft car in the Radium village of British Columbia, but residents' nightmare safety with some friends.
The local milestones, known as Mila Milaka Etxeaak, are Rolf Heer, whose innocent dear is known in its eccentric ways.
The news of the fire quickly spread throughout the town. "I called my boyfriend about 10:20 or about, and said that Rolf's place was fire," said Mike Gray, a town councilor at Radium. "I was in the Chamber of Commerce and here were a couple of here, and they were fully responsible for the flames. Firemen arrived here."
Gray sent some friends back to home and recovered them. "He was sleeping while he was sleeping and he got out and got out," said Gray. "He was groggy and he was not aware of what was happening."
A 93 section of the road was closed in both directions during a fire response in the Radium, Invermere and Windermere Fire Departments.
"It is devastating for …", added Gray. "Rolf has been sick for a while and does not expect to live at the end of the year."
"What catastrophic thing will happen in the last months of your life".
Gray's first encounter explains what happened in a funeral service that took him to a radio station in Heer. "This person appeared to be a wizard hat, he wore a little and" Who is the guy "? What is this doing in a funeral? And that's it (Rolf).
Heer, who had diagnosed a terminal cancer, was excluded from his home in the afternoon, watching the firefighters, wearing his woolen hat and cape. The engineer comes from Switzerland, but he has improved four decades in the Radius. "This identity would never be replaced by Rolf."
Thousand Faces has been a popular place for tourists and locals to make a great place for many years, and Heer would welcome her home. Log home recently sold the concerns of Heer's health.
"He had a radium icon," said Gray. "We were all aware that we knew them, but we were hopeful that we would move their heritage to their place. The Chamber of Commerce aims to complete the museum society with the woodworking tradition."
Gray says the community members try to help them in any way. Heer and Milose Faces have received numerous telephone calls from several of the innocent homes on the streets of the Milose Faces house, where the hamburgers fed by cooking firefighters.
The cause of the fire has not been determined.
Along with files CTV Shaun Frenette