The officials from Canada reportedly said that scattered rain and cool air temperature have helped to manage the wildfires in Alberta. But the Denver air remains to be dangerous as it ranks high on the worst air quality list.
Heavy smokeshrouds the terminal at Denver International Airport in Denver. Smoke from numerous wildfires burning in the Canadian province of Alberta has rolled into Colorado, triggering air quality health advisory alerts across the state and giving Denver the ranking of third worst air quality of any major cities across the globe for the day.
A commuter ferry, left and a pleasure boat are seen making its way down the East river towards the Statue of Liberty in the haze in New York. Haze due to smoke from Canadian wildfires has blanketed the New York metro area.
In this photo released by the British Columbia Wildfire Service, a 2,000 hectares planned ignition is successfully completed on the Stoddart Creek wildfire in Stoddart Creek, British Columbia.
As a smoky haze shrouds the high-rise buildings, pedestrians walk across 17th Street at the intersection with Blake in lower downtown Denver.
A structure is destroyed by the wildfires in Drayton Valley, southwest of Edmonton, Alberta.
Pump jacks are clouded in smoke from the wildfires in Drayton Valley, southwest of Edmonton, Alberta.
Light smoke from wildfires in four Canadian provinces shrouds high-rise buildings in downtown Denver.
Jetliners taxi in heavy smoke at Denver International Airport in Denver.
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