The accident occurred in front of the 100 Mile Motel and RV Park, across from the Lakewood Inn. Raven Nyman photo.

Single-lane traffic on Highway 97 following MVI

The accident occurred in front of the 100 Mile Motel and RV Park and the Lakewood Inn

Traffic on Highway 97 is down to a single lane in both directions following a two-vehicle incident that took place after 9 a.m. on Friday morning, Aug. 30.

The accident occurred in front of the 100 Mile Motel and RV Park, across from the Lakewood Inn.

Emergency responders including paramedics, RCMP, and fire rescue are all on scene and no injuries have been reported.

More to follow.

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