This wildfire on the border of Banff National Park, Alberta Canada. pic.twitter.com/qNtF0kvgkw
— Alice Pawlowich (@algator2) July 15, 2014
Iowa resident dies while burning brush
Authorities in Iowa have identified a resident who was found by firefighters who responded to a brush fire on April 20 in Delaware County, about 40 miles northeast of Cedar Rapids.
From The Gazette:
…A Tuesday news release said Generose (Genny) Bennett, 78, of Oneida was apparently burning brush Sunday afternoon when the fire got out of control.
The update comes after the Greeley Fire Department responded to a cornfield fire in Oneida on Sunday at 2:11 p.m., where they discovered a body in the field.
Wildfire contained in Shenandoah National Park
WHSV described the size of the fire:
A wildfire in Shenandoah National Park is now down to 22 acres, after already burning 50 acres inside the park.
Burned bridge in Alberta back in service after burning on Sunday
— Wildfire Today (@wildfiretoday) April 22, 2014
The government of Alberta has developed a list of recommendations after studying the devastating fire that destroyed over 400 structures in the northern Alberta town of Slave Lake in May, 2011. It is very digestible — only three pages long. Here is a sample, showing page two: