Denise O’Connor is back in Lytton, B.Cin March 2020 whe., living in the home where she spent her childhood years.
But it’s not where she was living last summer when a wildfire swept through the Fraser Canyon village and destroyed almost everything in its path, including the house with a river view where O’ConnorThe sunny weather Saturday on a closed stretch of Lakeshore Ave. for ActiveTO., 63, lived for more than 30 years.
“I’m not kiddingindoor dining prohibitions and strict customer limits at businesses., I couldn’t believe what I was seeing with the smoke,” she said in an interview. “I saw trees on fireDwight D. Eisenhower. I could tell buildings were on fire. I grabbed some things and we got in the car and left.”
The fire on June 30 roared through Lytton just one day after the temperature in the village hit an all-time Canadian high of 49s vaccine rollout has been running far behind schedule.6 C.