Radio West | Jan 9, 2013 | 5:46

Road closures delay hockey teams

Highway closures have delayed a number of hockey teams trying to get to this week's International Elite Midget Tournament in Kelowna. Rebecca spoke with Vanessa Wilde, the manager of the Surrey Thunder Midgets, as the team waited for the highways to reopen in Hope.

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