Current Conditions

Mainly Sunny
22.6°C

Teens injured in post grad party rollover

Teens returning from a graduation party went off the road near Winfield May 8, 2014.
Image Credit: GLOBAL OKANAGAN/Kelly Hayes
May 08, 2014 - 2:08 PM

LAKE COUNTRY - A single vehicle rollover following a grad party resulted in minor injuries for the three teens inside the car Thursday afternoon.

The accident happened on Beaver Lake Road about five kilometres from Highway 97 as the teens were returning home after the party, according to Global Okanagan.

The driver went off the road in a curve and down a steep embankment.

The vehicle was a write off. It had an N decal indicating the driver was a novice.

The incident is under investigation.

To contact the reporter for this story, email Adam Proskiw at aproskiw@infotelnews.ca or call 250-718-0428. To contact the editor, email mjones@infotelnews.ca or call 250-718-2724.

News from © InfoTel News Ltd, 2014
InfoTel News Ltd

  • Popular penticton News
  • Comments
  • Body of missing Cache Creek fire chief found
    CACHE CREEK - The body of Clayton Cassidy has been found. Around 10:30 p.m. yesterday, May 27, members of the Ashcroft fire department found his body during a patrol of Cache Creek, accordin
  • TRENDING NOW: Instant karma for angry dog walker
    When crossing a street we all pay attention to a car pulling up to an intersection, but this man seems to get really riled up for some reason. Of course, his threatening behaviour is under c
  • Firefighters rescue unexpected visitors during blaze battle in Calgary
    Calgary firefighters made an unexpected rescue when they were battling a house fire in the city's southwest. On Friday afternoon, a passerby called 911 to report smoking coming from a ho
  • Fire on Front Street
    PENTICTON - Penticton firefighters spent a hot afternoon battling a fire on Front Street today. Penticton Deputy Fire Chief Chris Forester said in a release Sunday evening, May 28, firefight
  • FLOOD WATCH 2017: Oyama is stuck between two overflowing lakes
    OYAMA – Stuck between two lakes is probably the worst place to be during a flood. Tween Lakes Resort, located between Wood Lake and Kalamalka Lake, is close to be completely covered in
View Site in: Desktop | Mobile