VIDEO: Vintage car owners show support for frontline workers in Powell River

Nearly two dozen vehicles cruise around hospital complex

SHOWING SUPPORT: Approximately 20 vintage cars staged a procession around Powell River General Hospital on Thursday, May 21.

Owners of the classic vehicles held the event to express their appreciation for the work being carried out by frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The tour circled the entire complex, including passes by the extended care units.

Paul Galinski photo and video

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