They are still in shock. Only a few days after being victims of a fire, Julie Covarel and Benoît Bayen are slowly trying to raise their heads. “It’s hard to see some of our stuff piled up there, outside,” says the young couple, pointing to a corner of their land on which the debris was collected.
They had moved in three days earlier
A piece of land and a house they had just moved into the previous weekend. “We had collected the keys to the pavilion in mid-September and had just finished tidying up on Sunday; all I had to do was do the squares”, specifies the 26-year-old young woman, who was happy to settle in Touillon with her companion.
Saddened by the situation, they nevertheless try to put things into perspective. “You have to say that the balance sheet could have been much heavier. We’re here, we’re alive: that’s the most important thing in the end, “said the couple, well aware that without their faithful…