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Hundreds welcome Kelsey Serwa home

Kelsey Serwa arrived Kelowna's airport Thursday and she wasn't alone. Hundreds of fans gathered to welcome her back with banners, flags, even some breakdancing. CBC's Liz Hostland spoke with some of them.

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