Hallowe'en quiet in Kamloops - and a Superhero saves the day in Vernon

By Doug Collins
November 1, 2017 - 7:10am

KAMLOOPS — RCMP and Fire Rescue personnel say it was an uneventful Hallowe'en in Kamloops last night.

Some rain showers may have helped in putting a damper on the tricksters, but no serious issues, and almost no minor ones marred the event. 

And news anchor Tom Mark at our sister station KISS FM in Vernon says a SuperHero came to the rescue at a Vernon-area school Hallowe'en party yesterday. 

A student dressed as a Coke machine put part of his costume on the cafeteria kitchen counter, which turned a knob on the stove and ignited the box.

Another student dressed as Captain America pulled the costume from the stove and pulled the fire alarm.

 

 

 

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