At least two vehicles were involved in an incident that left one flipped over in the intersection of Cadder and Ethel Street and the other colliding with a light post. (Sydney Morton - Capital News)

Sunday vehicle rollover at intersection caused by running red light

All four people involved taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

A rollover at the intersection of Cadder and Ethel Street Sunday afternoon that brought traffic to a standstill is under investigation by Kelowna RCMP.

Investigators believe that the driver of the Pontiac van that ended up on its side in the middle of Ethel Street failed to stop for a red light at the intersection.

READ MORE: Missing and murdered Indigenous women’s inquiry wages court fight for RCMP files

READ MORE: Lawsuit against Nunavut RCMP claims force losing touch with Inuit

She has since been issued a fine and sustained non-life threatening injures and was taken to the hospital from the scene.

The driver of the Hyundai, a new driver, that was driven into a pole has also been fined for driving contrary to her driver’s licence restrictions for allegedly having too many passengers in her car. All three occupants were also taken to the hospital.

To report a typo, email:


Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Just Posted

Pedestrian hit on busy Kelowna road

A witness said it may be a hit and run

Summerland cannabis shop receives approval in principle

Inspection now required before Green Gaia may sell cannabis

Retrieved body from Okanagan Lake identified as missing kayaker

Zygmunt Janiewicz had been missing since May and was recovered Aug. 10

VIDEO: Langley Ribfest met with protesters

Groups that oppose the event for various reasons plan to be on site each of the three days.

Canadians killed in Afghanistan honoured during emotional dedication ceremony

One-hundred-fifty-eight Canadian soldiers died during the mission

It’s snow joke: Up to 30 cm of snow expected to fall in northeastern B.C.

Alaska Highway, Fort Nelson to be hit with August snowstorm, according to Environment Canada

‘I’m just absolutely disgusted’: Husband furious after B.C. Mountie’s killer gets day parole

Kenneth Fenton was sentenced to prison after he fatally struck Const. Sarah Beckett’s cruiser

Sea-to-Sky Gondola in B.C. likely out of commission until 2020

Sea to Sky Gondola carries between 1,500 and 3,000 people every day during the summer season

Helicopter-riding dog Mr. Bentley now featured on cans of new B.C.-made beer

Partial proceeds from every pack go to Children’s Wish

PHOTOS: Weapons seized at Portland right-wing rally, counterprotests

Not all who gathered Saturday were with right-wing groups or antifa

Paddleboard festival coming soon to Kalamalka Lake

Wildfire smoke got in the way of last year’s event, but conditions look better this summer

Good morning bats! Salmon Arm office receives surprise visit by winged critters

Pair of bats found huddled together on wall in the sun outside downtown office

Most Read