Driver does a burnout after pride flag painted on Dawson Creek street

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DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Minutes after the City of Dawson Creek painted a pride flag along a crosswalk, it was vandalized.

On Tuesday, the City of Dawson Creek painted a pride flag into a crosswalk near the Dawson Creek Highschool.

Within minutes, a driver decided to vandalize the crosswalk by doing a burnout and leaving tire marks.

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Posts on social media show a video of the truck. The video is shared below.

The video has been shared with the Dawson Creek RCMP, and they are currently investigating the incident.

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