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Great fires in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Destroy 1.600 Buildings

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ALBERTA – devastating fires struck the city area of Alberta, Fort McMurray, Canada. About 1,600 buildings have been destroyed and 19,000 other buildings thought to have burned down.
Meanwhile, 88,000 residents have been evacuated Fort McMurray. The average citizen was shocked and saddened by the loss of their home. The Canadian government has announced an emergency situation on this great disaster.
As a result of a major fire, the insurance company created a headache for the latest claim has exceeded 2 billion dollars Canadian.
Analysts DBRs; McIlwaraith Stewart told Reuters on Thursday (05/05/2016), said this time the fire more powerful than fire in Slave Lake in 2011, where insurance claims reached about 700 million Canadian dollars.

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