A vehicle fire closed Westside Road near Fintry Wednesday, Nov. 11. (Contributed)

A vehicle fire closed Westside Road near Fintry Wednesday, Nov. 11. (Contributed)

UPDATE: Still no driver found in Westside Road car fire

North Okanagan RCMP now investigating the incident

Occupants of a vehicle fire off Westside Road Wednesday have yet to be found.

A car was up in flames around 11 a.m. Nov. 11 near Fintry down an embankment.

North Westside firefighters attended the scene but could not locate a driver.

Westside Road was also closed in both directions while crews attended the scene.

“Firemen were walking around looking for someone who may have been ejected. They didn’t find anyone. There were no tracks up to the road,” one witness reports.

Vernon North Okanagan RCMP confirmed there were no occupants in the vehicle and no persons related to the vehicle were located in the area.

“The vehicle has since been removed and the investigation is continuing,” media relations Const. Chris Terleski said.

Anyone with information that may assist with the investigation is asked to contact the North Okanagan RCMP at 250-546-3028.

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North Westside firefighters doused a car fire near off Westside Road Nov. 11. (Contributed)

No occupants were found near a car fire near off Westside Road Nov. 11. (Contributed)

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