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Watch: Ferocious Wildfire Spreads Across 4,000 Acres of Glacier National Park

Footage shot by family forced to abandon car in fire in favour of shuttle bus...

Photo: NPS Climate Change Response

An enormous wildfire has broken out in Glacier National Park, Montana on the Canadian-American border, reportedly burning through 4,000 acres of land in the east portion of the territory.

The fire, which started on Tuesday, has seen the surrounding community of St. Mary evacuated. There are no clear reasons why it started in the first place thus far, and as the fire continues to grow, there are no signs of it dying down either.

The video below shows some insane footage from a family forced to flee the area after the fire broke out, and while nobody has been injured or killed in the fire so far, certain tourists were forced to abandon their cars in favour of shuttles out of the area.


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