Fire Information Officer Erica Berg said Sunday that authorities suspect the fire may have started in Lytton.
Most of the early seasons are caused by humans rather than lightning.
In summer, when conditions dry up, fires are more likely to be caused by natural factors such as lightning.
Lytton, 150 kilometers northeast of Vancouver, caught fire on Wednesday after recording three consecutive days of unprecedented temperatures in Canada. It rose to 49.6 at C on Tuesday The heat wave spread through western Canada like never before.
90% of the village is missing
More than 1,000 people fled Lytton and surrounding areas on Wednesday.
The province said Thursday was related to losses
Most homes And village structures, as well as the local ambulance station and detachment G.R.C. .
That local MP. 90% of the village was demolished.
There are now more than 180 active fires in the province.
More than 100 firefighters from the province are coming to the rescue Monday.
Based on information from Marys Jeetler
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