More than 1,500 firefighters in Portugal are still battling to control vital wildfires in a executive segment of a country, where one glow killed 62 people.
Reinforcements are due to arrive Monday, including some-more water-dropping planes from Spain, France and Italy as partial of a European Union co-operation program.
Portugal is watching 3 days of inhabitant anguish after 62 people were killed in a wildfire Saturday night around a city of Pedrogao Grande, that is by distant a deadliest on record. Just over 1,000 firefighters are still attending that glow about 150 kilometres north of Lisbon.
Scorching weather, with temperatures leading 40 C, as good as clever winds and dry woodland after weeks with small sleet are fuelling a blazes.