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Picking up the pieces

Members of the Salmon Arm Fire Department sweep the streets clean of glass and debris after a two-car accident at the intersection of 30th street NE and the Trans-Canada Highway on May 15. No one was seriously injured in the collision.  - Chelsea Grainger/Observer
Members of the Salmon Arm Fire Department sweep the streets clean of glass and debris after a two-car accident at the intersection of 30th street NE and the Trans-Canada Highway on May 15. No one was seriously injured in the collision.
— image credit: Chelsea Grainger/Observer
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