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Evacuation orders issued near Peachland as more than 400 wildfires burn across B.C.

  • An evacuation order has been issued for eight recreational properties due to the Glen Lake Wildfire, which is now considered 'of note' and has grown to around 75 hectares in size. The fire, suspected to be human-caused, poses a threat to public safety.
  • In addition, an evacuation order was issued for 28 properties in the Horn Lake Area, and an evacuation alert was issued for all areas south of Peachland Forest Service Road. The BC Wildfire Service is battling over 400 active blazes, with 155 ranked as out of control.
  • The Glen Lake wildfire, situated about 15 kilometers west of Peachland, is causing visible impacts to the surrounding communities. Crews are currently responding to the fire, and the nearby Hell Raving Creek blaze has seen increased fire activity due to strong winds.
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