Andrea DeMeer Trucks and cars are lined up on Highway 3 West tonight outside of Princeton.

UPDATE: Coquihalla and Highway 3 both open following late-night crashes

No word on when the Hope-Princeton might reopen

UPDATE: March 3, 8:00 a.m.

Both Highway 3 and the Coquihalla have been reopened to commuters.

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ORIGINAL:

A vehicle incident has closed Highway 3 between Hope and Princeton, Friday night.

According to DriveBC there is no estimated time of the highway reopening. The latest update from DriveBC was posted at 8:26 p.m. Friday.

The Coquihalla is also closed between Hope and Merritt because of spun out commercial vehicles and other vehicular incidents.

RELATED: Coquihalla mess at Box Canyon stops traffic northbound

Estimated time for Highway 5 to reopen is midnight.

For updates visit drivebc.ca

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