A devastating wildfire continued to sweep its way through Alberta, Canada on Thursday, causing evacuations.

The blaze has affected more than 210,000 acres -- bigger than all of Calgary -- resulting in the evacuation of more than 80,000 people from Fort McMurray, a region with only two roads accessible to it.

Amazingly, there have been no reports of death or injuries, although 1,600 homes have been directly damaged.

"Homes have been destroyed. Neighborhoods have gone up in flames. The footage we've seen of cars racing down highways while fire races on all sides is nothing short of terrifying," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday.

While the inferno, which began Sunday in Canada's oil sand region, continues to grow, it is under control, but there is no date when residents will be allowed back.

There has been plenty of footage of the fire, which shows the breadth and ferociousness of it. Please note the NSFW language.

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