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BC Wildfires

/ 97.3 The Eagle
              B-C’s chief fire information officer is warning evacuees heading back home to remain vigilant in case they have to leave again. Kevin Skrepnek says the worst fires typically happen at the end of July, and warm temperatures in the days ahead could cause flare-ups. About 19-thousand people remain displaced in B-C, but an even greater number of residents have been allowed to return home. Fire officials warn that more winds are anticipated for southern parts of the province on Wednesday and Thursday

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