Initial reports indicate there has been a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Carrington Road and Butt Road in in West Kelowna. (Google Maps Image)

Crews responding to car crash in West Kelowna

A collision has been reported at the intersection of Carrington Road and Butt Road.

  • May. 19, 2019 11:54 a.m.

Reports indicate there has been a car crash at the intersection of Carrington Road and Butt Road in West Kelowna. The fire department is responding to the scene.

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