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Department closure could be fatal for drivers

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Department closure could be fatal for drivers
With no nearby fire department, Alberta’s Highway 63 – a hotspot for auto collisions – has become more dangerous with the closure of the Wandering River Fire Department.

June 14, 2010
By The Globe and Mail

June 14, 2010, Wandering River, Alta. – With no nearby fire department, Alberta’s Highway 63, a hotspot for
auto collisions, just became more dangerous, forcing victims to wait at
least an hour before receiving treatment. The Globe and Mail reports. | READ MORE


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