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Northern B.C. wildfire on the edge of Tumbler Ridge townsite has more than doubled in size

Tumbler Ridge fire

The West Kiskatinaw River wildfire burning in northern B.C. — now an estimated 230 square kilometres in size, up from 96 square kilometres on Thursday — is pushing closer to the evacuated town of Tumbler Ridge.

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