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Canada: Small community of Enterprise burned to ground after wildfires


Charred remains are seen in Enterprise, Northwest Territories, Canada, after the small community was burned to the ground by wildfires. Enterprise and Hay River were put on evacuation orders prior to the city of Yellowknife. IMAGES

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