Human Head Studios hit by fire! *UPDATED 4/25*

By Mr. Greg 16 years ago, last updated 6 years ago

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It's sad to think that the newest news post has to be a somber one, but it seems like Human Head Studios was attacked by a bit of fire the other day: [quote]Firefighters received a call at about 2:30 a.m. regarding flames shooting out of a building located in the 1700 block of Commercial Avenue. The multi-use building, which was once a railroad roundhouse, includes warehouses and offices for Apex Property Management, Warren Heating and a software company called Human Head Studios.[/quote] Here's hoping the damage wasn't too bad. :( [b][u]UPDATE:[/b][/u] As per a [URL=http://humanhead.com/headlines.html]news posting[/url] on Human Head's website, the damage doesn't seem to be too bad, and everyone's just fine: [quote]Hello, everyone. As many of you know, the office building in which Human Head Studios is located suffered a significant fire early on Friday, April 20th. We are relieved to report that no one was injured in the fire, and though we suffered some equipment and furniture loss due to smoke and water, we suffered no significant data loss, as the brunt of the fire was located in another part of the building. We’re excited to let our concerned friends know that this speed bump won’t keep us from continuing our development of great new award-winning product. We will be relocating to a new office space for the short term, and we expect to be back in full development very soon. We are working to have email communication back up later this week. Postal communication may still be sent to our old address and will be forwarded to us. You can still reach us by phone as well. We’re very proud of the great team at Human Head, which has come together to clean up, clear out, and start rebuilding since word spread Friday morning,. We would like to thank everybody for their understanding, encouragement, and patience as we recover. Thank you, Human Head Studios [/quote]

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