The Lodge was not covered for damages from a fire. The early morning fire on Saturday engulfed the primary lodge and historic building, located near the Pine Pass in Chetwynd.On the other hand, Diesel says both the well and cabins at the lodge have survived the fire.The battle to get some essential services, like electrical power at the site, is now underway as the cause of fire continues to be investigated.- Advertisement -Volunteers from the Taylor Fire Department were coincidentally around the area, hosting a BBQ event, and were able to assist the RCMP, who are credited for doing “all they could to assist” as the first responders on scene. B.C. Wildfire Services also lent a hand, providing a forestry helicopter to help control the blaze.Diesel says she and the family will remain on site and stay in the remaining cabins, stressing it is too early to jump to a conclusion for a cause of fire at this time.She adds that donations of furniture and other household items at this time are unnecessary, and goes on to say a fundraiser is currently under development, and online forum where locals will be able to donate funds to assist with the situation.Advertisement Diesel also wants to give particular thanks to RCMP officer Marc Tremblay, and Karen Evans from victim services, crediting both of them for showing the utmost support and help throughout the entire incident.
Irish Daily Mail Sigerson Cup Semi-Final: DIT 1-11 DCU 0-9MICHAEL Murphy’s dream of landing another Sigerson Cup medal was shattered today, despite hitting a massive eight points for his DCUDIT progressed to their first Sigerson Cup final in four years with a surprise but richly deserved victory over champions DCU at the Athlone IT campus on Friday afternoon. The first semi-final of the Sigerson Cup final weekend finished with a five-point win for DIT, who led for almost the entire game, taking the lead for the first time in the 3rd minute and never relinquishing it thereafter.They led 0-8 to 0-4 at the break, but the crucial score came in the 51st minute when Offaly’s Bernard Allen broke through for the only goal of the game. Allen, who only came on as a substitute a few minutes earlier, finished smartly to the corner of the net when a chance fell to him close to goal.That score made it 1-10 to 0-7 with just 10 minutes to go, and although DCU got within four at one stage, DIT were fairly comfortable as they saw out the victory.Mayo’s Jason Doherty was DIT’s top scorer, finishing with 0-6, five of those scores coming from frees.Donegal captain Michael Murphy once again was DCU’s main attacking threat, although he didn’t register a score from play against a well organised DIT defence, with all of his eight points coming from frees. In fact, DCU only managed one point from play in the entire game, in what was a very disappointing display.Scorers for DIT: J Doherty 0-6 (5f), B Allen 1-0, D Givney 0-2, R Sheridan 0-1, D O’Sullivan 0-1, A Nestor 0-1.Scorers for DCU: M Murphy 0-8 (8f), D Rock 0-1 DDTV: HEARTBREAK AS MURPHY HITS EIGHT POINTS AND STILL LOSES SEMI-FINAL was last modified: February 22nd, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DCUDDTV: HEARTBREAK AS MURPHY HITS EIGHT POINTS AND STILL LOSES SEMI-FINALDITdonegal daily sportIrish Daily MailSigerson Cup