Weekly 911 Kelowna emergency dispatch report

Weekly Kelowna 911 dispatch report for OK Falls, Kaleden, Hedley and Keremeos

  • Jan. 29, 2013 12:00 p.m.

Date Time Department Location Incident

Jan.14 11:55 Kaleden Linden Ave., Cypress Ave. First response

Jan.17 11:35 OK Falls Cedar St., Hawthorne Cres. Assist other agency 18:13 OK Falls Main St., 10th Ave. First response

19:22 OK Falls Cedar St.,10th Ave. Public service

21:26 OK Falls McLean Ck Rd.,Mallory Cres. First response

Jan. 20 5:54 OK Falls Eastside Rd.,Lakeside Rd. MVA

Jan.24 20:30 Keremeos 3rd St., Main St. Public service

Jan.25 10:50 OK Falls Hwy 97, White Lake Rd. MVA

Jan. 26 8:20 Hedley White St., Kingston Ave. Structure fire

14:42 Hedley First St. Assist other

Jan. 27 11:40 OK Falls Walnut Cres., Duncan Place First response

14:34 OK Falls McLean Creek Rd., Mallory Cres. First response

15:53 Keremeos Hwy 3 A, Barcelo Road Assist other

Jan. 28 7:55 Keremeos Hwy 3, unsigned MVA

19:38 Keremeos Green Mtn Rd., Hwy 3A MVA

 

Jan.29 5:38 OK Falls McLean Ck. Rd., Mallory Cres. First response

 

 

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