A witness claims that a white pickup truck rammed into several vehicles before stopping at the Vernon Square Shopping Centre Wednesday afternoon. (Kevin Topping photo)

Truck plows into multiple vehicles in Okanagan city, witness claims

A witness said multiple vehicles were hit Wednesday afternoon in Vernon

A witness is claiming that a white pickup truck wreaked havoc on a Vernon street Wednesday afternoon.

They report that the vehicle was in the 4100-block of 34a Street and allegedly crashed into multiple vehicles before being stopped in the Vernon Square Shopping Centre.

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The vehicle has since been removed from the parking lot.

Police have not yet responded to a request for comment.

There is currently no word on any injuries.


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