UPDATE #2 – Alaska Highway closed south of Fort St. John

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UPDATE #2 – The Highway is now open to single lane alternating traffic.  There is still a travel advisory in affect for all roads in the Peace Region.


UPDATE – Thanks to Monica for this tip.  The incident  is between the Farmington store and Mason road.  Detoured traffic currently being re-routed through Miller Road to Sweet Water cut across (across from Mason road).

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The Dawson Creek RCMP have confirmed that the Alaska Highway has been closed near Farmington.

The highway has been closed because of a motor vehicle incident in that area.  At this time we very little details about this incident.

We understand there is a detour in place.  If you have any further information about the incident near Farmington, email [email protected]

Again there are several travel advisories in effect for the Peace region, for a list of those, click here.

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