Dave Ogilive

UPDATE: Firefighters working to construct control lines in West Kelowna wildfire

Crews continue to work to control the wildfire

Update 8:39 p.m.

The evacuation alert for residents of the remaining 69 properties in the Glenrosa area has been rescinded.

Update 10:58 a.m.

Eleven firefighters with air support are working towards containing the flanks of the fire and constructing control lines where possible.

The fire is currently estimated at 10 hectares in size.

Related: Update: Evacuation alerts rescinded for properties near West Kelowna wildfire

Related:Progress being made on Okanagan wildfires

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An evacuation alert has been rescinded for the remaining 69 properties in the Glenrosa area impacted by the Law Creek fire, according to a Central Okanagan Emergency Operations Centre release.

The total number of properties that remain on evacuation alert in the Regional District of the Central Okanagan is now 698. There are no properties in the Central Okanagan on evacuation order, the release said.

For a searchable interactive map of current evacuation alerts, go to cordemergency.ca/map.

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