A fire broke out in Fraser River Heritage Park in the Fraser Valley on Tuesday afternoon.
White smoke also can simply be considered above the trees in the ideal park in the City of Mission.
Clare Seeley with the City of Mission talked about the fire broke out upright after 10: 30 a.m. in a wooded condominium of the park.
It grew to about 0.8 hectares in size.
The fire forced the evacuation of bigger than 60 homes on Tooley Build and in Prentis Avenue, above the park.
Residents will be allowed to return home tonight but will be positioned on evacuation alert, Seeley talked about.
Gordon Robinson with the BC Wildfire Service Coastal Fire Centre informed International News their crews are assisting the Mission Fire Department with two helicopters and a fire officer.
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The helicopters are bucketing water to the blaze.
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Native fire officials confirmed practically every on hand firefighter was dispatched to the scene.
There would possibly be rarely any be aware but on the distance off.
The fire is now below management and Seeley talked about Heritage Park will be closed for in any case 24 hours and presumably longer due to the the investigation.
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