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Increased activity expected this week on East Adams Lake fire

The wildfire was first discovered July 12
(BC Wildfire Service)

The East Adams Lake wildfire is expected to see increased activity through the week as temperatures rise and humidity drops.

The lightning-caused fire has been burning for over a month now, and sits at 6,505 hectares.

Fire crews are working to build a guard and conduct tactical patrols for hot spots.

People are asked to stay off the water while firefighting aircrafts work on the blaze.

READ MORE: Hot, sunny week ahead for Okanagan


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Brittany Webster

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