Weekly Kelowna 911 dispatch report

911 call outs for Hedley, Keremeos, OK Falls, Kaleden

  • Dec. 31, 2012 3:00 p.m.

 

 

 

Date Time Department Location Incident

Dec 17 11:54 Keremeos Hwy 3 MVA

Ashnola Rd.

Dec.18 1:30 Kaleden Glen Abbey Pl First responder

St. Andrews Dr.

Dec.20 8:31 Kaleden Hwy 97 MVA

Scales

8:40 Kaleden Hwy 97 MVA

Larch St.

9:48 Kaleden Hwy 97 MVA

Lakehill Rd.

14:31 Kaleden Hwy 3A Smoke

Hwy97

Dec.21 9:54 OK Falls Iris Rd. First responder

Wallis Rd.

13:59 Keremeos 10th Ave. MVA

Bridge St.

19:38 OK Falls Main St. First responder

Seventh Ave.

Dec. 22 8:07 Hedley Scott Ave. First responder

Haynes St.

14:21 Keremeos Hwy 3 MVA

unsigned

Dec.23 11:01 Keremeos 10th Ave. Assist other

Boundary Rd.

11:31 Keremeos Armstrong Dr. MVA

Hwy 3

23:09 Hedley Daly Dr. First responder

Irene St.

Dec. 24 7:23 OK Falls Maple St. First responder

14th Ave.

8:46 Keremeos Fairview Rd. MVA

10:00 OK Falls Green Lake Rd. Wild / grass fire

Hwy 97

Dec. 27 10:00 Keremeos Hwy3A MVA

Main St.

Dec. 28 8:52 OK Falls 7th Ave. First response

Main St.

16:46 OK Falls McLean Cr.Rd. First response

Allendale Lake Rd.

5:11 OK Falls Cedar St. First response

Hawthorne Cres.

Dec. 29 20:07 Kaleden Lakehill Rd. Minor fire

Hwy 97

 

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