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August 19, 2017 9:50 am

RCMP Keeping Critical Equipment Running During Wildfire Crisis

An RCMP radio repeater station (right) survived a fire in north-central BC, while another radio repeater, constructed of different materials, did not survive – photo courtesy RCMP

Prince George, B.C. – While wildfires have destroyed hundreds of thousands of hectares of forest, burned homes and threatened communities, RCMP radio techs have been working hard to ensure critical equipment continues to run.

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