Turkey Wildfires: An eyewitness account

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Wildfires continue to rage across parts of Southeastern Europe and Turkey.

At least eight people have died and whole villages and beach resorts are being evacuated.

Sky’s special correspondent Alex Crawford sent this eyewitness account from the area.

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