UPDATE: Coquihalla now open north of Hope

Accident happened earlier this afternoon

UPDATE: 4:14 p.m.

The Coquihalla is now open in both directions.

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The south bound lanes of the Coquihalla Highway north of Hope are closed after an accident this afternoon.

Drive BC initially said both directions were closed due to a car accident south of Carolin Mine Road, however the northbound lanes have since reopened.

For up to date information visit Drive BC’s Twitter account.

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