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Family of Penticton hit and run victim set up fund

RCMP investigators take measurements at the scene where a man
RCMP investigators take measurements at the scene where a man's body was found early Tuesday morning on Skaha Lake Road. There is no indication at this time as to the cause of death.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News

The family of Scott Michaud, who was killed on Aug. 12 in Penticton in what RCMP believe was a hit and run near Skaha Lake Park, have set up a fund to support his three children.

Michaud was the son of Princeton’s Ray and Suzie Michaud, owners of All Purpose Roofing. Donations are being accepted at www.forscott.myevent.com or at any CIBC into account #7 647433, transit #00460.

RCMP are still investigating the death and ask witness to contact them.

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