DriveBC reports flooding on Highway 97A south of Sicamous had reduced traffic flow to single lane, alternating. (DriveBC map)

DriveBC reports flooding on Highway 97A south of Sicamous had reduced traffic flow to single lane, alternating. (DriveBC map)

Update: Highway 97A near Sicamous all clear

Flooding reduced traffic reduced to single lane, alternating

Update: 4:17 p.m., Nov. 15

DriveBC reports Highway 97A south of Sicamous is now clear. Earlier in the day, flooding along the stretch of highway between Graham and Mervyn roads had reduced traffic to single lane, alternating.

Original story

Flooding has reduced traffic flow along Highway 97A south of Sicamous.

DriveBC reported flooding on the highway in Two Mile between Graham and Mervyn roads. Traffic has been reduced to single lane, alternating, and delays are expected.

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