UPDATED: Emergency crews extinguish vehicle fire at Kelowna gas station

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Video of the gas station fire in Kelowna on Tuesday afternoon. – Nov 5, 2019

Emergency crews rushed to battle a vehicle fire at Kelowna’s Super Save gas station Tuesday afternoon.

The blaze erupted near Highway 33 and Mills Road just after 4:30 p.m.

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The fire department said a holiday campervan was filling up with propane when sparks ignited.

Three engines, fifteen firefighters, a command unit and a rescue truck all responded.

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Highway 33 was closed in both directions during the busy after-work commute because of the blaze, which is not considered suspicious.

The fire department said the van is a writeoff, and the gas station will also have to repair some damages.

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There were no injuries.