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May 18 Evening Wildfire Update

Posted on: May 18, 2021  |  

Manitoba Parks has provided the following update as of 8:30 PM

The Whitemouth Bog continues to burn, one water bomber is currently working the fire, along with crews. PTH 307 will remain closed tonight. Parks staff carried out proactive messaging to be ready for possible evacuation to cottages/campers in the area.

The Sailing Lake Fire has continued to burn aggressively all afternoon/evening. Three water bombers have been working the fire early this evening with multiple crews on the ground.

Natural Resources Canada Firemap approx 4:00 PM May 18

Natural Resources Canada Firemap approx 4:00 PM May 18.  Yellow stars represent hot spots.

 

Natural Resources Canada Firemap approx 8:30 PM May 18.  Yellow stars represent hot spots.

Natural Resources Canada Firemap approx 8:30 PM May 18.  Yellow stars represent hot spots.

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