vancouver - Due to a series of forest fires on the west coast of Canada, 14,000 people have yet to flee their homes. There are more than two hundred firepowers, reported the CBC CB, stating local authorities.
Numerous houses have been destroyed and many roads are impassable. The Province of British Columbia had already declared the state of emergency at weekends. With temperatures up to 39 degrees Celsius, it's been too hot and too dry for the time of year in that region. According to the authorities, the fires are caused by lightning strikes, but some also involve fires.