Employees and long-time visitors react to Sand Dunes fire

Employees and long-time visitors react to Sand Dunes fire

Posted: Tue Sep 11 19:37:37 PDT 2018
Updated: Tue Sep 11 19:37:37 PDT 2018

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many people who live in the florence area or visit the coast often have memories of the business that burned. kezi 9 news reporter madison glassman continues our team coverage? with why one man says this place means a ot to him. matt, renee? if you look behind me you can see the damage this fire has done. charred "open" signs line the windows and a burnt smell still lingers in the air. a eugene man i spoke with earlier says he was here today doing fire restoration work & but says this place means so much more than that. he says growing up often to ride. he says 16 years of fond memories riding in the sand ashes. chris smith, eugen?springfield resident with belfor property restoration "you know, it's not something you think of a place you go cause you want to come back and remember it as it was. "it's different seeing a place your used to seeing standing...in a pile...a pile of ash." smith says it means a lot? that he'll get to be part of getting this place back to its former glory. i'm told the owner will be here tomorrow
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