Wildfire Spots Smolder in Lytton, British Columbia

Fire spots smoldered in the hills around Lytton, British Columbia, on July 26, several weeks after a wildfire demolished the town.

The fire destroyed “90 percent” of Lytton, according to local elected officials. On June 29, the town set a new record high temperature for all of Canada when thermometers registered 49.6 degrees Celsius (121.3 Fahrenheit). Credit: @traciculture via Storyful

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