State of Emergency Declared after Canada Wildfires

As wildfires continue to rage in Alberta, Canada, the provincial government has declared a state of emergency as two more communities prepared to evacuate overnight Wednesday.
0:50 | 05/05/16

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Turning out for other top story that raging fire north of the water border rather it has consumed. Much of western Canada's main oil city of Fort McMurray the flames have scorched nearly forty square miles and some 16100. Structures. It's also triggered the largest evacuation in the history of the promise of Alberta forcing nearly 90000 residents to flee for their lives. I can feel the heat here. This is insane. This is nothing short of something that comes out of the movies the flames you couldn't even look up high enough they were sell dark. I know what I left it was it was raining ashes. Fire officials warn that all there efforts to suppress the fire so far have failed. The cause is still under investigation but unseasonably hot dry conditions are still fueling those flames the good news is so far no reports of any deaths or injuries.

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