The Trans Canada Highway received several centimetres of snow overnight. (DriveBC Highway Webcam)

Crash temporarily closes Trans Canada Highway near Sicmaous

DriveBC reported the accident at 3 a.m. Monday, Dec. 10

A crash forced the closure of the Trans Canada Highway 12 kilometres east of Sicamous Monday morning.

DriveBC first reported the incident at 3 a.m., Dec. 10. Highway 1 remained closed as crews cleared the scene and reopened at 5:03 a.m.

There is no word on the cause of the accident or any sustained injuries.

Related: Crashes reach ‘all-time high’ across B.C.: ICBC

The accident came the morning after several centimetres of snow fell. Environment Canada is calling for further snowfall throughout the week.


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