Airbags fully deployed on Enterprise: UPDATE

A two-car collision on Enterprise Way resulted in full airbag deployment in one of the vehicles.

  • Dec. 1, 2016 5:00 a.m.

UPDATE: The police investigation determined that a blue Nissan Versa was struck as it emerged from a parking lot onto Enterprise Way headed northbound, by a grey Honda Civic entering the southbound turning lane.

There did not appear to be any injuries sustained as a result of the crash, as both drivers were assessed by emergency medical crews at the scene.

No charges have been laid at this time.


A crash on Enterprise Way at the Greyhound depot entrance caused a brief traffic delay Thursday morning.

At about 11 a.m. two smaller sized sedans collided head-on.

The Kelowna Fire Department and an ambulance were on the scene within minutes.

Update on injuries or charges to come.


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