Most wildfires in Fort Nelson area are under control

Fort Nelson, BC – Most wildfires in the Fort Nelson area are under control, however, one is currently out of control.

According to the BC Wildfire service, the firefighters have found sufficient suppression to prevent further spread.

It has grown to 3.90 hectares, but the suspect who set it on fire near the Muswa River has now been arrested.

The lightning strike near the Muswa River is said to be under control, but has grown to just 28 hectares.

The wildfires west of Kluwa Creek are now out of control, although they remain on 35 acres[35 ha].

The BC Wildfire service is not responding to uncontrolled fires and the perimeter transmission will not be controlled.

The Prince George Fire Center currently has eight active wildfires.

At the state level there are currently 33 active fires and so far this year there have been 241.

Shailynn Foster is a news reporter for She has been writing since she was 7 years old, but recently began her career as a journalist. Shelin was born and raised in Fort St. John’s, and during her weekends playing DND she watched a lot of YouTube, Netflix, and Disney + during the week. More by Shailynn Foster

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