Tuesday, April 15, 2014
OSOYOOS, B.C. A 207-acre wildfire continues to burn northeast of the city.
The blaze started last Friday evening, and fire crews have created a containment line around it, officials said. It's not currently endangering any homes.
Kamloops Fire Centre Forest Protection Officer Jim Mottishaw is overseeing the fire control efforts.
Officials have said the blaze is human-caused and an investigation is under way.
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