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Alexis Creek wildfire evacuation alert rescinded

Alexis Creek, B.C. – Effective immediately, the Cariboo Regional District has rescinded the Evacuation Alert issued on Aug. 12 to residents of the Bayliff Road area near Alexis Creek as a result of a wildfire. A total of nine mapped residences were under this alert.

People living in, or travelling through the areas that have been affected by the recent wildfires should use caution as some hazards, such as dangerous trees or hot spots may be present. Please be aware that fire suppression activities will still be underway within these areas.

For up to date fire information, please contact the Cariboo Fire Centre at 250-989-2600 or online bcwildfire.ca . For more information regarding emergency operations, visit the CRD’s Emergency Operations Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CRDEmergencyOperations , website at cariboord.ca, or contact the Regional District at 250-392-3351 or toll free 1-800-665-1636.

 

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