A massive forest fire in B.C now covers more than 46 hundred square kilometers. The blaze, near Quesnell, was spawned when 19 other fires merged into one. It’s so massive, it measures 130 kilometers from one end to the other. Residents in several small communities have been evacuated. It’s the largest recorded wildfire in British Columbia’s history, surpassing one in 1958 that covered 22 hundred square kilometers.