Wildfires are continuing to rage in parts of Portugal
Around 1,400 firefighters are tackling the flames which intensified in the early hours of Thursday morning because of high winds.
At least 28 fires are still out of control in the northern and central areas of Portugal, particularly in the mountain range of Caramulo and the national park of Alvao. The districts of Bragança, Braga, Vila Real, Porto, Guarda, Viseu and Coimbra are all affected.
In the region of Vila Flor in the north, one man had seen his vineyard go up in flames, said:“I had a vineyard but its burned, burned. Wine, a small forest, everything’s burned”
Several villages have had to be evacuated, with flames of up to 30 metres surrounding them.
It is estimated that nearly 40,000 hectares of forest have been destroyed by fires this year.
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