Oliver wineries survive Testalinden Creek wildfire

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      An evacuation order and alerts remain in place for 100 homes in the vicinity of Oliver, B.C.

      It's home to the so-called Golden Mile of Okanagan wineries.

      The Testalinden Creek fire south of Oliver reached an estimated 1,566 hectares. It's led to the loss of at least one home, but several wineries were spared.

      That's not the only blaze burning near Oliver. 

      The Wilsons Mountain fire one kilometre north and west of town of town is an estimated 317 hectares in size.

      Slower winds and cooler temperatures resulted in an evacuation order being lifted for 260 homes close to this blaze.

      Meanwhile, a much larger wildfire west of Rock Creek is still zero-percent contained. It covers an estimated 3,750 hectares.

      The fire west of Rock Creek caused the evacuation of 330 homes. Global BC has reported that several properties have already been destroyed.

      The B.C. Wildfire Service describes this fire as "extremely dangerous", noting that "anyone entering the evacuation area will be putting themselves and firefighters at risk".