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Hundreds were evacuated from their homes in Cache Creek due to a 4,200 hectare wildfire in the area
Wildfires continue to engulf regions of B.C.’s forests and communities.
Community members who remain in safe conditions are helping those needing to evacuate
Firefighters and emergency crews are dealing with fires ranging from 1 to 4,000 hectares in size
Ashcroft is under an air quality advisory, most of the town has no power causing businesses to close
“Smoke concentrations will vary widely as winds, fire behaviour and temperatures change,” says IHA.
When B.C. Wildfire Service gives updates on the stage of control, this is what it all means
Cache creek remains on a local state of emergency, while Ashcroft remains on an evacuation alert
Steve Jansen was close enough to the wildfire, red fire retardant can be seen along his truck
Today alone there have been 56 new wildfire starts throughout the province
Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal editor Barabra Roden runs down what we know about the wildfire
Thompson-Nicola Regional District declares a state of local emergency.
How to prepare for an evacuation due to wildfires
Ashcroft Fire Rescue and the Ashcroft RCMP are on scene
Our communities have suffered greatly over the last few months; but we stay strong together.
The fire, which started at 2.1 hectares on July 6, has now reached more than 10,000 hectares.