(Phil McLachlan - Black Press file)

(Phil McLachlan - Black Press file)

Enderby man prohibited from driving after colliding into Kelowna bus stop

Vehicle was towed, 35-year-old man served 24-hour driving prohibition

A driver that collided into a bus stop in Kelowna yesterday (Feb. 24) is temporarily prohibited from driving.

RCMP explained in a statement Feb. 25 that they responded to the collision, reported at the intersection of Sutherland Avenue and Pandosy Street.

Police found that a grey Dodge Journey had struck a pole at a bus stop, causing minor damage to both the vehicle and pole.

“Officers investigated and formed the grounds to believe that the driver’s ability to operate a motor vehicle was impaired by drugs,” stated RCMP.

Police issued the 35-year-old man from Enderby a 24-hour driving prohibition, and his vehicle was towed.

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