Paddlers got into trouble tonight on Okanagan Lake off the Green Bay shoreline and had to be rescued. Photo: Dave Ogilvie/Contributor

Okanagan Lake paddlers rescued

Trouble encountered off Green Bay on West Kelowna shoreline

Three paddle boarders found themselves in trouble on Okanagan Lake Tuesday evening off Green Bay and required assistance to get back to shore.

The incident occurred just after 7 p.m. in the midst of a heavy south wind blowing across the lake.

All three paddlers appeared to be no worse for wear after reaching shore.

More information to follow.

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