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Aftermath of the Lemon Creek spill

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The truck carrying jet fuel had been on its way to supply helicopters battling wildfires when it spilled into Lemon Creek. (CBC)
Residents of the Slocan Valley depend on their rivers for drinking water, irrigation, and recreation. So what happens when they can't use that water? Rebecca Zandbergen spoke with Andrea Ryman, the owner of a rafting company that has to keep its clients out of the Slocan River. She also spoke with Central Kootenay Regional District public information officer Bill Macpherson, for an update on the aftermath of last Friday's jet fuel spill.

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