The BC Coroners Service says two people were found dead in the village of Lytton, B.C., days after it was largely destroyed by a wildfire.
The agency says early information suggests the two deceased match descriptions provided by a family member.
The fire broke out on Wednesday, but the coroners service has said it wasn’t safe to enter the village and search for victims until today.
It says there are no further reports of deaths linked to the fire that destroyed the village in British Columbia’s Interior.
But officials have said that some people remain unaccounted for, in large part due to the hasty evacuation of the village on Wednesday night.
Lytton was already in the news this week for shattering all-time high Canadian heat records three days in a row before the fire broke out.
The Canadian Press
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