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July 20, 2017 7:39 am

Nine Thousand Evacuees in P.G.

Prince George Emergency Reception Centre

Prince George, B.C. – Prince George Mayor Lyn Hall  says  there are now   nine thousand plus evacuees  from the Cariboo wildfires  in Prince George  and  the  Emergency Operations Centre is  preparing for  the next steps.

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Prince George, B.C. –  There has been no  shortage of  Prince George businesses  stepping up to  do whatever they can  to assist  the more than 8 thousand evacuees who  are now  staying in Prince George until  the wildfire situation is  such  that they can return home. Read full story (No Comments)

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Crash Tangles Traffic on Hart

Emergency personnel  on scene of crash- photo  250News Prince George, B.C. –  Traffic on the Hart Highway, through the Shady Lane area   has been  reduced to a crawl because of a vehicle incident. Read full story (4 Comments)

No Timeline for a Return to Williams Lake

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Subway Delivers Dollars to Red Cross

Prince George, B.C. – Subway Restaurants in Prince George  are joining their colleagues from across B.C. in  donating $10 thousand  to the BC Wildfire Appeal of the Red Cross. Read full story (2 Comments)

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