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Black smoke rises from structure fire in Kelowna

A structure fire is being repoted on Reyn Road in Kelowna

UPDATE: 6:15 p.m.

Around 4:20 p.m., Fire Department Dispatch recieved a call reporting black smoke at a residence on Reyn Road.

When crews arrived, they found a shed on fire. Beside the shed were two 500 lbs propane tanks, one of which was venting gas and flames approximately 15 feet in the air.

The residence adjacent to the fire sustained little damage. Occupants were able to return to their home.

Two people where home at the time but nobody was injured.

The cause of the fire is not deemed suspicious and KFD investigators are on scene.

Five Engines, a Command Unit, Rescue truck, Tender and a Safety Vehicle with 21 fire personnel were on scene along with RCMP, EHS and Fortis.


UPDATE: 5:03 p.m.

Fire crews have knocked down a small structure fire at a property off on Reyn Road of Reynolds Road.

Crews are now leaving the scene.

Reports are the fire was put out quickly and nobody was injured.


Emergency crews are responding to a possible structure fire on Reyn Road off of Reynolds Road.

The owner of the house reported black smoke coming from his residence at about 4:15 p.m. Thursday.

All of the occupants of the home are reported to have safely evacuated.

Multiple fire crews are being called to the scene.

Black smoke can be seen rising from the Sexsmith Road area.

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