Road washout near Manning Park. (Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. Ltd. Twitter photo)

Road washout affecting section of Highway No. 3 near Manning Park

Road maintenance crews are on the scene, with an almost two kilometre long stretch impacted

Highway crews are on the scene of a washout four kilometres west of Manning Park on Highway No. 3.

The right eastbound lane is closed for 1.9 km between Allison Pass Summit and Manning Park Resort and motorists are asked to observe signage and proceed with caution.

For more info, see the Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. Ltd. Twitter feed at @EAMOperations.


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Road washout near Manning Park. (Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. Ltd. Twitter photo)

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