Until Monday afternoon according to community author Harry Wilhelm there was no direct feedback on the big fire in the chancellery of the community. Nevertheless, the concern was felt by the population. The alleged suicide of the woman is tragic, "our thoughts are primarily with their relatives, the employer and the colleagues of the deceased", says Wilhelm. The congregation wishes them "much power for the processing of this event".
The Spyk band AG is an important employer for the Herznach community. "We hope that the company will be able to deal with the consequences of the fire as soon as possible and that normal operation can be resumed soon," says Wilhelm. In the foreground for the community is the emergency aid and the support of the company. "The community will support the company in all its possibilities," says Wilhelm. Whether the fire requires even more help, the city council can not exactly estimate at this moment.
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When the firefighting work on the main street was going on yesterday morning, a number of Herznacher immediately took a picture of the fireplace in the grounds. A resident who walked with her dog described how she perceived a biting odor at night. She had woken up and closed the windows of her apartment. "It's just terrible," she said at the sight of the charred roof.
David Kläusler, owner of a joinery in the village and president of Wohnbaugenossenschaft Herznach-Ueken, heard about the fire in the morning from the radio. "I'm afraid, it's a huge tragedy for me," he says. Besides the tragic death, he also feels sorry for the company. "I have worked there several times. They have a super company culture there. The atmosphere has always been positive, "says Kläusler.
Also, that the village with the fire lost a building that the village has formed on the main road for decades, regrets Kläusler. "The building is an industrial clock," he says. (DKA)