Driver goes over parkade wall, avoids injury

No one was injured after a car drove over a parkade wall at The Park Residences on Durnin Road in Kelowna Friday morning.

  • Oct. 26, 2012 5:00 a.m.

A Kelowna RCMP officer chats with a woman outside The Park Residences on Durnin Road in Kelowna Friday morning. The driver of the car missed a turn and drove over the wall of the parkade. Nobody was injuried in the incident.

No one was injured after a car drove over a parkade wall at The Park Residences on Durnin Road in Kelowna Friday morning.

Const. Lise Marion said the driver wasn’t paying attention and missed the curve in the driveway.

“It was driver error—just a bad way to start a Friday,” said Marion.

There were two people inside the vehicle at the time of the crash.

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