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Hundreds show for Penticton hospital rally

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Some 800 people show up at a Penticton public meeting to support the idea of a new hospital (CBC)

There is a new push for a hospital in Penticton as up to 800 people showed up for a community meeting in that city Wednesday night.

The meeting was organized by several community doctors who say the old facility built in 1951 urgently needs to be replaced.

The CBC's Brady Strachan was at the meeting.

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