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B.C. officials warn residents to take care when they return to fire zones

  • Crews are still working to extinguish hot spots and repair infrastructure damaged by the McDougall Creek wildfire, according to officials from the Regional District of Central Okanagan.
  • Residents in certain areas affected by the wildfire can return home, but they are urged to remain cautious as the neighborhood may have changed due to fire damage. There may also be an increased presence of wildlife in areas where humans were absent during the evacuation period.
  • The fire has not only caused damage to infrastructure but has also altered creeks and rivers, leading to faster-moving waterways due to damaged vegetation nearby.
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