Greece Wildfires: firefighters have to choose where they can fight the flames

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Greece Wildfires: firefighters have to choose where they can fight the flames” – below is their description.

The wildfires in Greece are so vast, resources have to choose which fires they can fight, leaving others to rage and annihilated forests and homes.

Sky’s Sally Lockwood watched as homes, businesses and large areas on a national park were destroyed in Athens.

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