Traffic is lined up on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Sicamous as emergency responders tend to a motor-vehicle collision. (DriveBC image)

UPDATE: Highway 1 closed as emergency services respond to collision

Trans-Canada Highway east of Sicamous not expected to reopen until 8 p.m.

  • Aug. 24, 2018 12:30 p.m.

UPDATE: 4:20 p.m., Aug. 24

Highway 1 remains closed east of Sicamous as emergency responders tend a motor-vehicle collision.

DriveBC reports the highway will likely remained closed until 8 p.m. because as a result of the collision.

Emergency services are responding to a motor-vehicle accident on Highway 1 east of Sicamous.

Ambulances are en route to the collision, which is reported to have occurred on or near the four-laned section of highway in Malakwa.

Traffic is stopped and lined up on the highway as emergency responders tend to the collision.


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