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Home » Newswire » We’ll survive’: Residents of Lower Post, B.C. clean up after wildfires – CBC
by ahnationtalk on September 19, 201839 Views
Community’s evacuation order was lifted Sept. 7, two weeks after it was issued
Sep 18, 2018
More than a week after returning to their community, residents of Lower Post, B.C., are still busy cleaning up and taking stock of the damage from wildfires this summer.
They’re also watching as small fires continue to flare up in the area.
“It’s hard on some people. There’s some people that have asthma here, but they’re toughing it out,” said resident Dennis Porter.
An evacuation order for the community was lifted on Sept. 7, two weeks after it was issued. During the evacuation, most Lower Post residents found refuge in nearby Watson Lake, Yukon.
Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/lower-post-wildfires-evacuation-return-1.4828785
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