Alberta evacuees learn to cope until they’re allowed to go home

Alberta evacuees learning to cope until they’re allowed to go home.

Shaneen Robinson
APTN National News
Fire authorities in Fort McMcMurray, Alta., say that over 80 percent of the city was saved from the flames that have left 88,000 people homeless.

On Sunday, a wildfire ripped through the oil centre of Alta., and surrounding communities, including First Nations, forcing a frantic evacuation.

Now people are learning to cope until they’re allowed to go home.

Here is Shaneen’s story from Sunday with evacuees who are wondering what comes next.

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