By: Firstonsite Restoration  09-12-2011

On Sunday May 15, southeasterly winds of up to 80 km/h fueled fires that caught the town of Slave Lake, Alberta by surprise. Almost 7,000 residents were evacuated and reports say that fires have destroyed over 40% of the town, including the town hall, library, local radio station, and many homes and businesses. In keeping …

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