AN ANNUAL "AIRCRAFT crash" emergency drill is winding down on a bright autumn morning at Edmonton International Airport and firefighters who had been simulating a search for debris and victims are beginning to relax. They toss a blue rubber ball in the expansive grass field where the drill has taken placeadjacent to the airport's two 10,500-ft.-plus runwaysand watch as Badge the fire dog chases after it. The canine gallops at full speed, snares the ball and returns it to the firemen, who ...

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