Two injured in early morning crash

Two injured in early-morning crash downtown

Two people were taken to hospital with unknown injuries after a crash in downtown Kelowna early Saturday morning.

  • Feb. 4, 2017 9:00 a.m.

Two people were taken to hospital with unknown injuries after a crash in downtown Kelowna early Saturday morning.

Firefighters were returning from a different call when they came upon the crash at at the corner of Bernard Avenue and Water Street at 1 a.m.

Witnesses report the road was shut down for a period of time.

The Kelowna Fire Department says two people were injured and two vehicles were involved in the crash.

KFD reports the crash scene was left in the care of the RCMP.

The Capital News is waiting to hear from RCMP on the circumstances behind the crash.

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