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Our trucks travel in all types of weather, often coming home covered in grit and mud. For parts of the year, it’s not realistic to wash them outside at our hall. We’re very grateful to the people at @notyouraveragejoescarwash. They have provided generous access to their facility, which is open 24/7, so we can clean up our trucks and be inside, warm and dry while working! We’re grateful for this community support! (TR/DG) ... See MoreSee Less

Our trucks travel in all types of weather, often coming home covered in grit and mud. For parts of the year, it’s not realistic to wash them outside at our hall. We’re very grateful to the people at @notyouraveragejoescarwash. They have provided generous access to their facility, which is open 24/7, so we can clean up our trucks and be inside, warm and dry while working! We’re grateful for this community support! (TR/DG)Image attachment

Squamish Search and Rescue. Whistler Search & Rescue Society and North Shore Rescue continue the search for the three missing mountaineers on Mt. Garibaldi. Teams are on the ground and in the air with one of the helicopters being equipped with RECCO-detection technology. If a person has a RECCO reflector in their gear the Heli could potentially pick it up.
Thinking of the mountaineers and their families, and all SAR volunteers involved. We're rooting for a positive outcome.
The public is reminded to stay out of the Garibaldi Mountain and Atwell Peak. (DG)
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Squamish Search and Rescue. Whistler Search & Rescue Society and North Shore Rescue continue the search for the three missing mountaineers on Mt. Garibaldi. Teams are on the ground and in the air with one of the helicopters being equipped with RECCO-detection technology. If a person has a RECCO reflector in their gear the Heli could potentially pick it up.
Thinking of the mountaineers and their families, and all SAR volunteers involved.  Were rooting for a positive outcome.
The public is reminded to stay out of the Garibaldi Mountain and Atwell Peak. (DG)Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

🔄UPDATE 15.00: Team is stood down.
14.30 KSAR is called out to assist the Ashcroft RCMP.
Team is enroute. (DG)
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🔄UPDATE 15.00: Team is stood down.
14.30 KSAR is called out to assist the Ashcroft RCMP. 
Team is enroute. (DG)

On Thursday May 30th KSAR was called out by BCEHS to rescue a 35-year-old male in the Monte Creek Area who was in cardiac arrest after a dirt bike accident.
Unfortunately the rider succumbed to his injuries.
KSAR transported the body to rendezvous with the Coroner.
Our sincere condolences to his family and friends. We are sorry for your loss. (DG)
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On Thursday May 30th KSAR was called out by BCEHS to rescue a 35-year-old male in the Monte Creek Area who was in cardiac arrest after a dirt bike accident.  
Unfortunately the rider succumbed to his injuries.
KSAR transported the body to rendezvous with the Coroner.
Our sincere condolences to his family and friends. We are sorry for your loss. (DG)

On June 3, 2024 between approximately 6:30 pm and 9:00 pm, the TNRD, Kamloops Search and Rescue and RCMP will be performing an evacuation notification exercise in the Cherry Creek and Tobiano areas. This is an exercise only and residents are not in danger.

The objective of the exercise is to practice and improve notification procedures. Personnel will be clearly identified and will not be asking for, or collecting, any personal information. Only a portion of residences will receive a notification; those residents that are notified will be provided a handout and information package. If you have questions, please contact TNRD Emergency Management at 250-377-6321.

As a reminder, for official information about future Emergency Notices impacting properties within any of the 10 TNRD Electoral Areas, please visit eoc.tnrd.ca, TNRD Facebook and “X” social media channels, and register for free to Voyent Alert.
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