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Updated: Alaska Highway CLOSED between Wonowon and Pink Mountain

Update 3: Highway is now open to single lane alternating traffic at this time. Next update will be after 5 pm PST. 

Update 2: The Alaska Highway will remain CLOSED due to the vehicle incident from Monday night. This will indeed affect anyone heading north to Fort Nelson today. There is no detour. DriveBC.ca estimates the highway could open around 5 PM PST.

Update: Highway remains closed. No detour. Next update after 10 PM PST using the link on the map below from DriveBC.ca. Please use the link for overnight details.

Motorists in the Fort St. John area be advised that the Alaska Highway is CLOSED in both directions between Wonowon and Pink Mountain due to a vehicle incident.

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Mile 73 of Alaska Highway. Highway is closed north of this location between Wonowon and Pink Mountain.

DriveBC Details:

Closed in both directions between Wonowon to Pink Mountain (70.8 km) due to a semi incident. Assessment in progress; no detour available. Next update at 8 PM PST. http://maps.google.com/maps?q=57.079861,-122.584945+(Collision%20-%20Highway%2097%20Both%20directions)

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