Police report

!A van caught fire on the top of Six Mile Hill east of Topley at 12 p.m. Sept. 2. Sgt. Rose says it was totally engulfed in flames when police arrived, with a travel trailer detached nearby. The two occupants escaped uninjured and highway traffic was re-routed through the brake check station while the Topley firefighters extinguished the fire. The fire was caused by an engine malfunction, said Sgt. Rose.  - Submitted
  • posted Sep 10, 2014 at 4:00 PM

A van caught fire on the top of Six Mile Hill east of Topley Sept. 2 and was totally engulfed in flames when police arrived.

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