Evacuees face a major cleanup as they trickle back into Fort McMurray four weeks after a massive wildfire hit the Canadian oil city.
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A copied vehicles and watercraft are seen as a huge number of evacuees who fled a gigantic out of control fire start to come back to their homes in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
Convenience store supervisor Sunny Katoch paints an appreciated sign on the indirect access. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
Destroyed structures are seen after rapidly spreading fires. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
Police and firefighters wave to returning evacuees. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
Destroyed houses are found in the Lower Townsite neighborhood. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
Fort McMurray firefighters alter a sign that understands "We Support Fort McMurray" on a bridge above Memorial Dr. in Fort McMurray. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
A man cuts his garden in the Lower Townsite neighborhood. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
A Fort McMurray firefighter strolls along Tolen Dr. as he gets together with his group on a bridge above Memorial Dr. in Fort McMurray. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
Fort McMurray occupants drive along Memorial Dr. furthermore, head towards Fort McMurray. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
John E Smith starts stacking sacks into his vehicle as they get ready to leave Wandering River for Fort McMurray. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
Destroyed structures in the area of Waterways are seen after rapidly spreading fires. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
Fort McMurray occupants pack their things as they get ready to leave Wandering River for Fort McMurray. REUTERS/Topher Seguin