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Paramedic crisis affects 60 B.C. communities

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Richard Vollo speaks with Daybreak host Betsy Trumpener (Photo Credit: CBC/Wil Fundal)

Richard Vollo wrote a white paper on the state of ambulance service levels in rural and northern B.C. in 2001.  More than a decade later, has anything changed?  Daybreak's Betsy Trumpener speaks with Vollo for more.

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