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Cottage roads impeding emergency vehicles

emergencyvehicles.jpgVolunteer firefighters on PEI respond to about three thousand calls a year, and when an emergency happens, every minute counts. Fire chiefs in western PEI say poorly maintained cottage roads are making it difficult for emergency vehicles to get through. CBC's Brian Higgins spoke with Harvey Stewart, Chief of West Point Fire Department and volunteer fire fighter Gerald Betts, about the problems and solutions.

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