Fire sparked in Spallumcheen

Small wildfire north of Vernon is now extinguished

UPDATE:

Fire crews have extinguished the small blaze on Vella Road.

The BC Wildfire service reported at approximately 12:30 p.m. that the fire is out.

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A small wildfire has been sparked in the Spallumcheen area.

BC Wildfire reports the less than .01 hectare blaze is on Vella Road. It is suspected to be human caused.

See related: Kamloops wildfire now mapped at 500 hectares

More details will be provided as they become available.


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