UPDATE: Meadow Lake/ Dog Creek Canoe Creek Road is open to single lane alternating traffic

Dog Creek Road remains closed

UPDATE (4 p.m.):

The Meadow Lake/Dog Creek Canoe Creek Road is now open, with single lane alternating traffic and muddy sections. The road was previously closed following a mudslide that took place on Sunday, July 14. According to Drive B.C. the next update will be available at 8 p.m.

EARLIER:

Dog Creek Road has also been closed for approximately three kilometres following a washout between the Gang Ranch Road and Upper Dog Creek Road. An assessment is also in progress for this closure, with updates coming soon.

According to Drive BC and Dawson Road Maintenance (formally Interior Roads), the Meadow Lake/Dog Creek Canoe Creek Road is currently closed following a mudslide between the Canoe Creek Indian Reserve and Churn Creek Bridge.

An assessment is currently in progress, and the next update is scheduled for noon, according to Drive B.C.

More to come.


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