Indigenous elder celebrated for saving parts of B.C. First Nation from devastating Lytton wildfire

Norman Drynock, 65, is being hailed as a hero for protecting Indigenous land from the raging wildfire that decimated the village of Lytton, B.C. His daughter Starr is finally breathing a sigh of relief, after she hadn't heard from her father. As Robin Gill reports, Drynock is not the only resident who defied evacuation orders.

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