BC Floods: Global News cameraman caught in mudslide in Pemberton

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Global News published this video item, entitled “BC Floods: Global News cameraman caught in mudslide in Pemberton” – below is their description.

One of the people caught up in the mudslide in Pemberton B.C. was Global BC cameraman Mike Timbrell.

Timbrell was returning to Vancouver from his cabin in the 100 Mile House area when he was stopped along Highway 99-Duffey Lake Road where he stopped in traffic, and then his truck was hit by trees when the slide happened.

At least one person has been killed in the mudslide on Monday and the search continues for more possible victims.

Emad Agahi has the story.

For more info, please go to https://globalnews.ca/news/8378713/eye-witness-global-bc-cameraman-highway-99-duffey-lake-road-mudslide/

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