Blaze destroys camper in vacant lot

There isn't much left of a camper that went up in flames early in the morning on Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013 in a vacant lot on Rene Avenue in Penticton.

PENTICTON – An early Sunday morning fire destroyed a camper in Penticton.

The camper was parked in a vacant not on the north end of Rene Street.

It’s not believed anyone was staying in the camper.

One side of a storage shed was blackened by the blaze, a nearby wooden fence was damaged and several small trees burned.

No word yet on the cause of the fire.

To contact the reporter for this story, email squesnel@infotelnews.ca or call 250-488-3065.


The neglected kittens, including the one pictured in this submitted photo, are under veterinary care and the adult cats are being assessed by the B.C. SPCA locations.
B.C. SPCA seizes 59 cats from Chase property
CHASE – Forty-seven adult cats and 12 kittens were rescued from a property in Chase where they lived in poor conditions and suffered neglect and medical problems. Officials with the B.C. SPCA are recommending charges of animal cruelty

Top News