A massive wildfire has been recorded in Turkey’s Antalya. Report informs, citing TASS, that the TRT channel has disseminated footage showing the blaze crawl outside the city.

The intense heat in four areas in the nearby forest caused the fire, with the blaze spreading rapidly due to strong wind. The Antalya administration noted that it is the strongest wildfire they have ever seen.

However, the authorities claim the natural calamity does not pose any threat to tourism establishments. “The fire in the area of Manavgat does not pose any threat to the security of tourism facilities. We have not yet received any information about casualties,” they say.