Mudslide closes Highway 29 near Moberly Lake

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UPDATE: According to DriveBC.ca, Highway 29 has reopened to single-lane alternating traffic.

CHETWYND, B.C. – A mudslide has closed Highway 29 near Moberly Lake.

The Highway is closed from the Boucher Lake road and Centennial East road, approximately 20 km north of Chetwynd.

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Drivebc.ca says an assessment of the situation is currently underway and the next update should be released at 10 a.m. on Oct. 12.

There is no detour around the mudslide other than to head to Dawson Creek or Fort St. John.

For updates, watch this website or visit www.drivebc.ca

If you’re in the area and have any information or pictures, email [email protected]

Here is a photo released by Caribou Road Services of the slide near Moberly Lake.

Highway 29 mudslide on October 12 2018 – CRS

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