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Pedestrian struck on Highway 97 in West Kelowna

Southbound traffic leaving West Kelowna has been reduced to just one lane

Emergency crews are responding to an area of Highway 97 near Powers Creek for a pedestrian struck.

Southbound traffic exiting West Kelowna has been reduced to one lane.

There are no reports on the severity of injuries at the scene.

More to come.

READ MORE: Vehicle fire knocked down at gas station on Highway 33 in Kelowna


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