Daybreak North | Aug 1, 2013 | 2:50

Can an escaped emu survive in the woods of northern B.C.?

Truck drivers south of Prince George have reported sights of an emu wandering on logging roads near the community of Hixon. Dan Minz used to raise emus in the area. The emu is not his, but he is still trying to track it down.

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