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4 in hospital after 2 vehicle crash in Kelowna

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 29 Feb, 2024 04:56 PM
  • 4 in hospital after 2 vehicle crash in Kelowna

Four people are in hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Kelowna. R-C-M-P say it happened last night on Highway 33 when Toyota collided with a Dodge. 

The Mounties say all four were taken to hospital in critical condition.

Anyone who witnessed the crash or saw either vehicle before the crash is asked to contact police.

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