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Practice makes perfect

Mission search and rescue volunteers underwent a training exercise recently in the Dewdney slough, practising moving a patient up a steep embankment. - Bob Friesen photo
Mission search and rescue volunteers underwent a training exercise recently in the Dewdney slough, practising moving a patient up a steep embankment.
— image credit: Bob Friesen photo
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