Buzz·Posted on May 6, 2016This Massive Fire In Canada Looks Absolutely ApocalypticAbout 88,000 people were evacuated from Fort McMurray.by by Kate BubaczSenior Photo Editor, News, by Jared HarrellBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Canadian Armed Forces via Reuters An aerial view of Highway 63 south of Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada. CBC News via Reuters The wildfire worsens along Highway 63. Mark Blinch / Reuters Strathcona Fire via REUTERS Strathcona County firefighters take a break from wildfires in this photo posted to Twitter. Alberta RCMP via Reuters A Mountie surveys the damage on a Fort McMurray street on May 4. Mark Blinch / Reuters Evacuees rest in the sleeping area at the "Bold Center" in Lac la Biche, Alberta. Scott Olson / Getty Images Drivers waiting for clearance to take firefighting supplies into town. Scott Olson / Getty Images A swing set with the swings burned away in a residential neighborhood destroyed by the wildfire. Cole Burston / AFP / Getty Images Tyra Abo sits on a cot at a makeshift evacuee center in Lac la Biche. Darryl Dyck / Bloomberg / Getty Images Motorists travel south on Alberta Highway 63 as the setting sun illuminates a huge plume of smoke from wildfires. Chris Wattie / Reuters A Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer looks at smoke rising from wildfires. Municipal District of Bonnyville via Reuters Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority crews waiting for their first assignments on May 6. CF Operations via Reuters Cole Burston / AFP / Getty Images A displaced person looks at the fire on his mobile phone at a makeshift evacuee center.