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UPDATE: Highway 19 back to regular traffic near Woss

Drive BC says Highway 19 north of Woss is now back to normal.

An early morning single motor vehicle incident had closed the highway near the Gold Creek bridge about 10 kilometres from the Woss junction. Single lane traffic was implemented soon after, which lasted until around 7:00 p.m. when regular traffic was resumed.

Port McNeill RCMP Const. Marcus Croy noted the driver had non-life threatening injuries and was taken down to the Campbell River hospital.

Croy confirmed there was no criminality involved in the incident.


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