An accident on the Connector.

Connector crash closes lane

One vehicle incident slows traffic to one lane as highway continues to be scene of accidents

Traffic was down to one lane on the Coquihalla Connector this afternoon after what appeared to be a single vehicle accident.

A tractor trailer unit went off the highway about 20 kilometres north of Merritt.

Traffic was down to one-lane; there were no reports of other stoppages on the Connector or the Coquihalla.

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