Turkish town evacuated as wildfire reaches power station

Muğla’s population evacuated by sea amid fears fire could spread to coal inside Kemerköy plant

A coal-fired power station in south-west Turkey and nearby town on the Aegean Sea were evacuated late on Wednesday as a deadly wildfire reached inside the plant.

Firefighters and police fled the 35-year-old Kemerköy plant in the hillside Aegean province of Muğla, and sirens could be heard wailing.

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