He has burns over 90 percent of his body and was life flighted to Edmonton, so My good friend his sister in law and his wife all flew out to Edmonton, My secretary is good friends with all invovled as well and we sent her over to thier body shop to do thier office work inbetween our work, All we can do is try to help them all through this as its super shitty and this is just one of over 20 who were injured in the blast
deadly mill fire in Prince George was initially felt as a loud bang, followed by a concussion wave that rocked houses up to two kilometres away.
City councillor Cameron Stolz, who was in a friend’s home eight blocks away at the time of the explosion on Monday night, said Tuesday the mill was immediately engulfed in a mass of flames.
“One second everything’s fine [at the mill] and the next second you’re in the middle of a fireball. I can’t begin to guess what it is they’ve gone through,” said Stolz, who has been up all night helping friends and family cope with the explosion’s tragic aftermath.
Details are emerging of the catastrophic fire at Lakeland Mills, which has claimed one life and seriously injured 10 workers.
“There is just complete disbelief and shock. The mill is absolutely destroyed. There was a massive ball of fire within five or 10 minutes. It was very unexpected,” said Stolz.
He said the focus at the moment is to assist injured workers at the hospital and provide support to their families.
Hospitals declared a code orange alert and additional staff “flooded in” to cope with the emergency.
“It was organized and very well done. The outpouring of support has been breathtaking. People have been bringing down food and drink and keeping people company,” he said.
“We’ve got family and friends that need to be taken care of,” he said.
He praised the community’s response.
“Last night the community came together in an instant, including the hotels,” he said.
Stolz, who chairs the city’s finance committee, said it is too early to consider the ramifications of the mill’s destruction and what it means to the city’s future.
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