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Lack of Fort Nelson maternity services puts family into debt

Daybreak North follows up on yesterday's story about the lack of maternity services in Fort Nelson, which the northern town's mayor called "unacceptable." In this segment, Betsy Trumpener speaks to one Fort Nelson man who moved into a hotel room in Fort St. John for 23 days so that his wife could give birth close to a hospital that met her needs. The experience forced him to sink $7,000 into debt. 

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