Central Okanagan fire history (See first post)

Re: Central Okanagan fire history (See first post)

Postby Frisk » Jan 15th, 2019, 7:59 pm

kelownaobserver wrote:One that is not listed that happened in the ‘90’s was the Paul’s tomb fire. It was attacked by both structural firefighters as well as the BC Wildfire Service.

Fancy wrote:The Mount Boucherie fire is of note (May 7, 1992) as it caused the evacuation of homes at the base (Ponderosa Road etc. - about 100 people) and closed down the highway for a bit. Children playing with matches.


I couldn't really find any official information for the boucherie or paul's tomb ones. Otherwise yes I'd add them.
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Re: Central Okanagan fire history (See first post)

Postby Fancy » Jan 15th, 2019, 10:47 pm

Frisk wrote:I couldn't really find any official information for the boucherie or paul's tomb ones. Otherwise yes I'd add them.
Doesn't matter if you can find the info - the fact remains there IS info.

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