Fires burn on the third day of the evacuation of the ''Jungle'' shanty town in Calais, France, set by migrants, despite being told not to. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Migrants set more tents and shelters ablaze at the "Jungle" camp in Calais on Wednesday as others queued to be relocated and authorities resumed clearing the camp. Local opposition to the squalid and unsanitary camp which at one point housed more than 6,000 people, along with criticism from right-wing politicians, has stung the French government into launching a clearing operation which began on Monday. More than 4,000 migrants, who had come to Calais hoping to cross the short stretch of sea to Britain by trying to leap on trucks and trains or walk through the tunnel, have been bussed out of the camp and relocated around France.