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Maternity services in Fort Nelson shut down, mayor says "This is unacceptable"

For over a year, Daybreak North has been covering the lack of services for expectant mothers in Fort Nelson. Now, things seem to be getting worse. A woman had to give birth in a situation that has been described as life-threatening, and mayor Bill Streeper is demanding action. He spoke with Betsy Trumpener.

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