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West Kelowna says crash cost $35,000 in damages, public assistance sought to find driver – Okanagan


The City of West Kelowna is asking for the public’s help in locating the driver of an SUV that caused $35,000 in damage to a local park this spring.

On Thursday, the city released video of the incident, in which an older Nissan Pathfinder or Frontier lost control and hit a fence and a bleacher.

The Pathfinder is light in color and had a canopy. It slammed into the fence around 5:15 a.m., with the city saying the driver was apparently uninjured.

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“However, the accident caused damage estimated at $35,000 to bleachers and a fence at Darroch Park,” the city said, referring to the ball diamond adjacent to Mount Boucherie on East Boundary Road.

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The city says it is not interested in pursuing any charges against the driver. Rather, it tries to recover the costs through “appropriate insurance channels”.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the City of West Kelowna at 778-797-1000.


West Kelowna says crash cost $35,000 in damages, public assistance sought to find driver – Okanagan







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