Chuckegg Creek wildfire burns out of control in Alberta, Canada – already 25,334 hectares (62,602 acres) in size


The Chuckegg Creek wildfire is burning out of control in the High Level Forest Area, to the southwest and west of the town of High Level, in Alberta, Canada.

The Chuckegg Creek wildfire (HWF-042) is burning out of control in the High Level Forest Area, to the southwest and west of the town of High Level. Picture via Facebook

The wildfire grew to 25,334 hectares in size, and continues to grow. However, the wind is not pushing the wildfire in the direction of High Level.

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The wildfire grew to 25,334 hectares in size yesterday, and continues to grow today. However, the wind is not pushing the wildfire in the direction of High Level. via Facebook

The wildfire has been very active and has crossed Highway 58, west of the town.

The Glacier County Emergency and Preparedness Facebook page is posting updates.

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