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Greenwood mayor suggests cellphone pullouts for drivers

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Greenwood mayor Nipper Kettle has an idea he thinks would make B.C. highways safer  -- especially in rural parts of the province where cell phone coverage is spotty.

As mayor, Kettle says he spends a lot of time on the road, never quite knowing where his phone will work.

As he explains to Daybreak host, Chris Walker, he says clearly marked spots are needed on our highways where people can make a phone call, or answer an email.
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