The grain elevator on fire in night from Friday to Saturday.
Grain was stored inside the building which belongs to the company Nuvision Commodities, which employs around ten people. Owner of the building and member of the organization, Nathan Sabourin says he is “shocked” by the event.
I was very proud that the company is present in the municipality […]. I feel bad for the community, he says. Nathan Sabourin specifies that this burned grain elevator was built in 1949.
He adds that even if the elevator was destroyed, it is possible that the steel structures located nearby could still be used.
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