Band issues more evacuation orders

The Okanagan Indian Band has issued more evacuation orders for properties along Okanagan Lake.

The evacuation orders issued Tuesday include:

Willow Shore Road to include the following civic address starting: #1 Willow Shore Road ending #20 Willow Shore Road

Nashwhito Beachfront: Imtil Road Lots 33 and 34—Alexis Beach on Su/Q’im Road Lot 35 to Lot 43

Whiteman’s Creek – Three lots north and three lots south

Sandra Saddleman/Bobby Marchand/Darryl Marchand Beachfront – All dwellings on these properties

Residents must leave the area immediately and are asked to register at the reception centre at the Vernon Recreation Complex. Residents requiring assistance are advised to call the the band’s emergency operations centre at 250-542-7132.

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