A car crashed through a carport at a residence in West Kelowna on May 31. (Contributed)

VIDEO: Vehicle crashes through carport in West Kelowna

The driver has been taken to hospital with minor injuries

A car has crashed through a carport wall at a residence in West Kelowna.

At around 1:55 p.m. on May 31, an 81-year-old man in a grey Pontiac car failed to stop in his garage and slid through a carport wall and into a tree at 2700 block of Prosperpine Way.

The man has been taken to hospital with minor injuries, according to the RCMP.

West Kelowna Fire Engine 32, West Kelowna RCMP and Ambulance were on the scene. The cause of the crash is unknown at this time.

Capital News has reached out to the West Kelowna RCMP for comment.

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Daniel Taylor
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