Dumpster fire in Oliver

The Oliver Fire Department were dispatched at 5:59 a.m. on Tuesday morning

The Oliver Fire Department were dispatched at 5:59 a.m. on Tuesday morning to a small fire less than a block away from the fire hall.

The fire was in a garbage dumpster located behind the Valley First Credit Union at Oliver Place Mall. There were no injuries reported and it took the fire department about 20 minutes to knock down the flames.

According to Oliver Daily News, the RCMP are asking for the identity of this person to further investigate.

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