Family Fleeing Raging Canada Wildfires Captures Dramatic Escape on Video

PHOTO: A picture provided by Twitter user @jeromegarot on May 5, 2016 shows a wildfire raging through the town of Fort McMurray, Canada, on May 3, 2016. The forest fire has forced the evacuation of some 70,000 people from Fort McMurray. PlayJerome Garot/Twitter via EPA
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As intense wildfires decimate the landscape in the Fort McMurray area of Alberta, Canada, forcing more than 80,000 to evacuate, one family captured their heartbreaking evacuation on video.

"Oh my god, Steve, our house is gonna burn down," Erica Decker says through sobs on the video she later uploaded to Facebook.

"Is mom out?" Decker asks.

"Yes, she's gone. She left," says Steven Pearce.

Canadian broadcaster CBC reported that Decker took the video as she and her family fled Fort McMurray on Tuesday evening. Decker, her husband, young daughter and 3 cats are now safe in Edmonton, according to CBC.

"We lost everything. We barely got out," she told CBC News.

The fire has spread to 200,000 acres -- or 10 times the size of Manhattan.

No deaths or injuries have been reported, authorities said.

The Alberta provincial government has declared a state of emergency. The cause of the fire hasn't been determined.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.