Escaping Fort McMurray. The video has emerged on the backdrop of the wildfire engulfing more and more territories in western Canada.
By p. Houses across the street are going up and I was sure when I woke up this morning, and when I saw the camera was dead, I was fearing the worst.
I am sure they are running from place to place, dealing with all the little issues and all I can say is that I am thankful they were able to do that. It means a tonne to me.
I understand. Before he left home, Anzac resident Michael McWilliams set up his webcam on the roof of his house and faced it north.
At the end, almost everything disappears from view because of the smoke, but for flames dancing near the window — and then, even they are gone. It is estimated that 90 percent of homes in Fort McMurray have been lost to the blazes, the regional government told reporters Wednesday.
Besides Alberta's cities, the province's landscapes are a major tourist attraction: numerous rivers and lakes, such as Lake Louise, amidst the mountains, the boreal forests in the north and prairies in the southern part. They stop the fire in its tracks.
Located at the junction of the Bow and Elbow rivers, Calgary is Alberta's largest city, offering many tourist attractions, especially downtown, where the leisure areas of Prince's Island Park or Central Memorial Park are combined with the cityscape, where tall buildings, such as Calgary Tower, stand out. This is the most terrifying video I've seen yet.
Related News. The video first shows the intact living room, but the ominous crackling of flames can be heard in the background. Explore Mcmurday province through the live webcams and enjoy the adventure!
You could see the effect that they have when they do their job. All I can say is thanks.