Highway 1 re-opens after accident involving downed power lines

The highway is open to single lane alternating traffic, Drive BC says expect minor delays

Highway 1 is open again for single-lane alternating traffic, after an incident involving a vehicle and downed power lines near Lytton closed the highway completely for most of Monday afternoon. Drivers should now expect minor delays.

Drive BC reported the highway closure after 1 p.m. on Monday, June 1, three kilometres south of Lytton between Cisco Siding Road and George Road.



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