An accident has slowed traffic on the WR Bennett bridge in the north-bound lane.

UPDATE: Bridge accident cleared

Traffic down to one lane heading north on the WR Bennett bridge


Traffic is now flowing “normal” across the Bennett bridge after the two vehicle MVA.


Traffic is down to one-lane northbound after reports of a two vehicle accident on the WR Bennett bridge heading into Kelowna.

The accident happened just before 4:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon.

RCMP and ambulance have responded to the scene of the accident while traffic is down to one lane on the bridge, and backing up along the highway in West Kelowna.

There are no details available about the extent of the accident, although traffic will be affected for some time.

The Capital News will update this story if and when information becomes available.

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