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Originally posted by GODF1ESHGreat photos... terribly sad though. I'm in Calgary
Originally posted by OrganicAnagram33
Crazy, Slave Lake looks devastated. In NB it's been raining for most of the last month.
Originally posted by pajoly
Damn, that's awful. Sorry for your loss Oh Canada! It looked it was a pretty little town. That fire must have been savage and fast for all those cars to have been caught up in it. What of the people? Did they make it out safely?
Originally posted by GODF1ESH
reply to post by CanadianDream420
It will be interesting to see how this plays out... Slave Lake was a town of approximately 7000 and if the pipelines shut down for a while... crude should climb before gas but we've been seeing crude slowly decline in price and I'm not seeing much market reaction to this news yet.
time will tell.