Wildfire in Peachland.

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Wildfire in Peachland.

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A friend who lives at Victoria and Gladstone says it is above their home. "not close enough to panic", were her words.

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For a huge area with lots of houses in the interface, this thread is dead.

But why is that?
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I was wondering the same. Maybe people figure the fire season is over and feel less of a threat? Dunno.
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Could simply be that it was quickly contained, didn't spread and never threatened any homes or structures ?

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