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They are all quarantining in Richmond, B.C.
Mount Christie fire a reminder of why we need to prevent future wildfires
The wildfire is no longer considered a fire of note
B.C. Wildfire Service says fire person-caused
Four days after it was discovered, the fire remains under investigation, but suspected person caused
The Penticton-area fire up Green Mountain Road is now 1.5 hectares in size
At 5:30 p.m. the fire was 0.2 hectares in size, and had three helicopters, plus eight crew on scene
BC Wildfire Service announced their findings into the wildfire on Aug. 31
Residents are asked to refer to their fire re-entry kit for information on roads, water, more
Smoke will continue to be visible from the vicinity of the wildfire as a result of fuel management
The Christie Mountain wildfire remains active with minimal growth
Christie Mountain fire had resulted in evacuation order in Electoral Area D
The cause of the fires is under investigation
Residents empathize having shared experience of past wildfires in B.C.
Crews have begun the laborious task of building a fire guard around the Barriere Pass FSR fire.
Four ICU patients and nine long-term care residents have been relocated
Many communities are expected to be impacted by smoke from the Christie Mountain wildfire
One fire near Adams Lake and the other east of Sicamous have not been contained
Two firefighters and a water tender are in action on the Christie Mountain fire.
The blaze was unrelated to the Christie Mountain wildfire