Trans-Canada Highway open again east of Revelstoke but expect delays

A stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway has opened again east of Revelstoke, B.C. after crews were able to clear a truck off the highway — but Drive BC says delays are still expected.

Traffic was backed up after a spin-out on the road

This photo taken by a passing driver appears to show a truck which spun off the highway and lost its trailer in the early morning hours. (Peter David)

A stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway has opened again east of Revelstoke, B.C. after crews were able to clear a truck off the highway — but Drive BC says delays are still expected.

A picture taken by a passing motorist appears to show a truck spun off the highway, losing its trailer in the process.

Vehicles were able to use a diversion around the closure through Revelstoke.

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