Parksville Qualicum Beach News

Truck fire could have been much worse

POTENTIALLY WORSE: Parksville firefighters had to be extra careful when they extinguished a truck fire on Heath Street Thursday, as it was believed to have a propane tank in the rear. Fire Chief Doug Banks said nobody was injured in the blaze and the cause of the fire was yet to be determined.  - Neil Horner Photo
POTENTIALLY WORSE: Parksville firefighters had to be extra careful when they extinguished a truck fire on Heath Street Thursday, as it was believed to have a propane tank in the rear. Fire Chief Doug Banks said nobody was injured in the blaze and the cause of the fire was yet to be determined.
— image credit: Neil Horner Photo
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