Williams Lakers finally allowed home after wildfire

Williams Lakers finally allowed home after wildfire

Williams Lakers finally allowed home after wildfire

Residents returning home are being advised wildfires are still posing threats to surrounding areas, and to be prepared for sudden changes, such as another evacuation order.

The B.C. Wildfire Service says the blaze is only 30-per-cent contained and fire activity has ramped up this week along the flank nearest to Loon Lake. "So welcome home and please be as orderly in your return as you were during the evacuation".

"Winds of this speed will cause an increase in fire behaviour and can cause unstable trees to come down", said Natasha Broznitsky, fire information officer.

The Thompson Nicola Regional District has released drone footage taken in the Loon Lake area, showing the destruction and damage from the Elephant Hill wildfire.

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A rapidly-moving wildfire has forced people to flee dozens of properties east of Kamloops, B.C.

About 12,000 residents of the Williams Lake area in the wildfire-ravaged interior of British Columbia have been given the go-ahead to return home.

The regional district recommended homeowners and land owners work with an insurance agency that could assess risky trees through a qualified arborist.

Structures have been impacted by the fire and an evacuation order remains in place.

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At least one house has been destroyed by the Monte Lake wildfire that broke out Wednesday afternoon between Vernon and Kamloops.

With no rain expected to bring reprieve in the coming days, RCMP are reminding the public to adhere to fire bans and other restrictions meant to prevent the situation from worsening.

He said the province is working with local governments to ensure any additional support needed, including human resources, will be made available as people remain out of their homes.

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