It has been nearly two months since an enormous hearth swept via the city of Lytton, B.C., leaving many homeless.
After the devastating hearth, the city’s mayor says the plan is to get infrastructure up and operating inside a 12 months. Then the neighborhood can begin constructing houses.
The behemoth hearth that worn out the village was first found June 30, throughout a file warmth wave when temperatures reached 49.6 C. Robin Gill reviews.
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