Daybreak North | Aug 27, 2013 | 10:47

Prince Rupert's battle with the longboard

The longboard is the transportation of choice for some teens living in Prince Rupert. They weave through traffic, angering drivers and worrying city councillors. And now police are investigating. Andrew Kurjata speaks with RCMP officer Maury Tyre.

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