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Owners watch Fort McMurray home burn on iPhone

Owners watch Fort McMurray home burn on iPhone

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NaturalBornWaiter NaturalBornWaiter (529 days ago)

At least the smoke alarms worked.

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At least the smoke alarms worked.

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Wulfrune Wulfrune (525 days ago)
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A DJI Phantom went up in smoke too. You can see it on the right hand side.

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A DJI Phantom went up in smoke too. You can see it on the right hand side.

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Guest: Alex G (529 days ago)

guess the fish did not make it

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guess the fish did not make it

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Ikust Ikust (528 days ago)

Since they didn't take the fish with them, makes me wonder if they took the family dog. I hope the dog made it. Woof!

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Since they didn't take the fish with them, makes me wonder if they took the family dog. I hope the dog made it. Woof!

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Tsuki Tsuki (527 days ago)

Fish should be well cooked by now. Do you know where this is? I might just wander over and investigate.

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Fish should be well cooked by now. Do you know where this is? I might just wander over and investigate.

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Ikust Ikust (527 days ago)

Ran out of sheeba? Woof!

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Ran out of sheeba? Woof!

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Guest: (528 days ago)

"With the nature of this fire and the dangerous conditions we have, no size of firebreak would hold this fire from doing anything. This fire jumped the Athabasca River, which is over a kilometre wide." Quoted from Chad Morrison, senior wildfire manager for the province, in a CBC news article.

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"With the nature of this fire and the dangerous conditions we have, no size of firebreak would hold this fire from doing anything. This fire jumped the Athabasca River, which is over a kilometre wide." Quoted from Chad Morrison, senior wildfire manager for the province, in a CBC news article.

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Guest: (528 days ago)

I understand there are massive wildfires in Alberta, and the dry windy conditions make them quick and unpredictable. My thoughts go out to all the people there; I wish them well in the face of such adversity and devastation. But I can't help thinking that I've been hearing about this particular town being threatened for at least week or so, and it strikes me that perhaps cutting down and removing the fuel (the standing tree one can see directly outside the window) to create some kind of firebreak, would not have taken very long, and may have helped somewhat.

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I understand there are massive wildfires in Alberta, and the dry windy conditions make them quick and unpredictable. My thoughts go out to all the people there; I wish them well in the face of such adversity and devastation. But I can't help thinking that I've been hearing about this particular town being threatened for at least week or so, and it strikes me that perhaps cutting down and removing the fuel (the standing tree one can see directly outside the window) to create some kind of firebreak, would not have taken very long, and may have helped somewhat.

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