Alaska wildfires blaze on Kenai Peninsula
Wildfires in Alaska have burned more than 730 square kilometres of the Kenai Peninsula.
The affected area is roughly the size of Chicago.
More than 1,000 homes have been evacuated in the area, about 240 km south of Anchorage, since Sunday.
Officials said several recent fires in the area were caused by people disposing of cigarettes improperly.
Watch raw video of the fires in the player above.