HELICOPTER FLIES THROUGH THICK SMOKE NEAR SITE OF WILDFIRES IN BRITISH
Pilot Bill Goddard (L) and Fire Specialist Terry Curran fly through
smoke-filled skies near the site of the wildfires near Kamloops,
British Columbia, August 7, 2003. A weather inversion set in overnight,
allowing the valleys to get full of smoke from the fires. Thousands
remain evacuated from their homes as firefighters battle the blazes.