Road cameras show a long line of vehicles behind a jackknifed semi-truck near Falls Lake. (Contributed)

Coquihalla opens after semi crash near Merritt

Heavy delays are expected heading southbound near Falls Lake

UPDATE: 4:22 p.m.

The Coquihalla is now open following a vehicle incident.

Drivers should expect delays south of Merritt.

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Southbound lanes of the Coquihalla Highway are closed following a collision involving a semi-truck.

Road cameras show a long line of vehicles backed up behind a jackknifed semi-truck near Falls Lake.

Crews are on scene assessing the situation.

Alternate routes are available via Highway 1 and Highway 3.

DriveBC does not show an estimated time for the road to reopen.


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