A View Of The Huge Fire Of Fort McMurray
A helicopter offers us images of apocalypse flying over areas completely destroyed by the huge fire that hit the city of Fort McMurray and surrounding forests in northern Alberta, Canada, for several days. Sunday, May 8, 2016, 43 fires were still underway in Alberta, a large province like France, 3 remained uncontrolled. The first fire started Saturday, April 30 in the west of Fort McMurray. This huge fire has already burned more than 1600 square kilometers of forest. Nearly 100 000 people were evacuated 80,000 of Fort McMurray, the others being of the inhabitants of three small towns further south, as well as a reserve of American Indians. More than 1,400 firefighters were mobilized to fight the fire particularly damaging because of dry and unusually high temperatures for the season.