Truck Fire: Rimbey RCMP and the Ponoka County West District Fire Department attended the scene of a single truck fire on Hwy. 20 just north of Rimbey Saturday evening. The fire was about a quarter km north of the Co-op card lock. At the time, a white pickup was in the ditch and was seen being hosed down by a firefighter at around 8:43 p.m. Photo by Emily Jaycox

PHOTOS: Rimbey crews deal with truck fire

The truck fire occurred Saturday evening just north of Rimbey

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

The truck fire occurred Saturday evening just north of Rimbey

 

Truck Fire: Rimbey RCMP and the Ponoka County West District Fire Department attended the scene of a single truck fire on Hwy. 20 just north of Rimbey Saturday evening. The fire was about a quarter km north of the Co-op card lock. It is not known the cause of the fire or if there were any injuries. Photo by Emily Jaycox

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