Motorists should slow down in the Cruickshank Point area as AIM Roads crews clear debris from the road. (Aim Roads/Facebook)

Crews clearing debris on Trans-Canada Highway between Chase and Sorrento

Motorists should keep an eye out for road crews in the Cruickshank point area.

Drivers on the Trans-Canada should be aware of debris on the roadway west of Sorrento.

According to highway maintenance contractor AIM Roads there is debris on the eastbound lane of the highway in the Cruickshank point area. The debris is on a winding and narrow stretch of road where the highway is between a rock bluff and Shuswap Lake.

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Aim Roads crews are on their way to clear the debris. Motorists are urged to slow down when approaching the area and keep an eye out for yellow flashing lights and workers.



jim.elliot@saobserver.net

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