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Shootings and violence worry daycare in Fort St. John

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Oscare Daycare in Fort St. John, circa 2009 (Photo Credit: © Google 2013)

Oscare Daycare has been at its location near downtown Fort St. John for 25 years, but two shootings and other violence in recent weeks have prompted them to look for a new home.  However, with 80 children in their care, finding the right space isn't easy.  Supervisor Laura Clayson speaks with Betsy Trumpener.

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