911 dispatch emergency services report

Weekly emergency services dispatch report from Kelowna 911 dispatch

  • Oct. 16, 2012 9:00 a.m.

Date Fire Hall Time Location Incident

October 9

Keremeos 10:55 Sparks Drive Alarm

First Ave.

Keremeos 15:31 Veterans Avenue Wildfire

Ninth St

Okanagan Falls 00:12 McLean Creek Road First Response Mallory Cres.

October 10

Hedley 22:24 Daly Ave. First Response

Highway 3

October 12

Kaleden 2:16 Highway 97 MVA

Lakehill Road

October 13

Okanagan Falls 19:31 Eastside Road Alarm

Racette Way

October 14

Okanagan Falls 17:29 Brockie Place First Response

Mimac Cres.

Okanagan Falls 19:55 Cedar Street First Response

Hawthorne Cres.

October 15

Okanagan Falls 7:14 Cedar St. First Response

Hawthorne Cres.

Hedley 23:51 Scott Ave. First Response

White St.

October 16

Keremeos 3:40 Main St. MVA

Highway 3A

Keremeos 6:11 Tenth Ave. Power pole fire


Bridge St.



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