911 dispatch report

Kelowna emergency 911 dispatch reportfor Keremeos, Kaleden, OK Falls and Hedley

  • Jan. 15, 2013 1:00 p.m.

Date Time Department Location Incident



Dec. 31 23:15 Keremeos Wooden Rd. Public service


Jan.1 12:58 Keremeos Seventh Ave. MVA

Second St.

1:46 OK Falls Sunvale Pl. First response

Sun Valley Way

2:08 Hedley Daly Ave. First response

Irene St.

Jan.2 10:21 OK Falls 13th Ave. First response

Main St.

10:41 OK Falls Iris Rd. First response

Wallis Rd.

17:45 OK Falls McLean Crk. Rd. Public service

F St.

Jan.4 :58 Keremeos Morrison Dr. Assist  other

Hwy 3 agency

11:49 Keremeos 7th St. CO alarm

7th Ave.

Jan.5 14:19 OK Falls Cedar St. CO alarm

Hawthorne Cres.

16:47 Keremeos Hwy 3A MVA

Sheep Crk. Rd.

17:38 OK Falls Cedar St. First response

10th Ave.

Jan.7 20:50 OK Falls Eastside Rd. Structure fire

Racette Way

Jan.8 12:55 OK Falls Weyerhauser Rd. MVA

Maple St.

Jan. 9 17:34 Hedley Hwy3 MVA / extric.

Nickle Plate Rd.

Keremeos Hwy3 MVA / extric.

Nickle Plate Rd.

21:27 Kaleden White Lake Rd. Assist other

Hwy 97 agency

Jan.12 14:33 OK Falls Cedar St. CO alarm

Hawthorne Cres.

21:14 OK Falls Cedar St. CO alarm

Hawthorne Cres.

Jan.13 11:35 OK Falls Eastside Rd. First response

Jan. 14 1:08 OK Falls 11th Ave. Alarm

Main St.


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