Highway 43 closed east of B.C. and Alberta border

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UPDATE – The collision is now clear and the highway is open. 

HYTHE, A.B. – Highway 43 is closed just past the B.C. border due to a collision.

Details about the collision are limited at this time, but social media posts show the highway is closed in both directions.

The collision involves several vehicles and is near Range Road 125 or approximately 12 km from the B.C. and Alberta Border.

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There is no estimate on when the highway will be open.

If you’re travelling in the area, let us know what you see.  You can email news@moosefm.ca

The map below shows the approximate location of the collision.


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