Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Motorhome fire sparks blaze at Jackass Mountain, B.C.

More than 60 firefighters, along with helicopters and air tankers, continued Monday to battle a wildfire at the base of Jackass Mountain in the Fraser Canyon, just south of Lytton, B.C.

Const. Cory Lepine told CBC News the motorhome caught fire after a transmission fluid line ruptured, shooting flames into the air.

An elderly couple from Oregon, who were travelling to Alaska through B.C., escaped unharmed and have since returned to the U.S., Lepine said.
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