Kelowna Fire Department douses blaze in mobile home park

Occupants escape unharmed as Kelowna Fire Department extinguishes mobile home and vehicle fire Sunday night

  • Oct. 10, 2016 10:00 a.m.

The Kelowna Fire Department was called to a mobile home blaze on Sunday night

The Kelowna Fire Department Dispatch Centre received several 911 calls Sunday evening reporting a structure fire in the Shasta Mobile Home Park on Lakeshore Road.

The first arriving Officer reported a fully involved mobile home with flames spreading to a vehicle in front of the residence.

The fire had extended to the one vehicle but was quickly knocked down. All occupants had safely evacuated prior to the Fire Department’s arrival.

The cause is undetermined and will be investigated by Kelowna Fire Department Investigators.

The Kelowna Fire Department responded with 15 personnel, three engines, one rescue truck, a water tender and a command vehicle.

The Kelowna Fire Department would like to remind people that working smoke detectors save lives.

 

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