Squamish RCMP say drivers on the Sea to Sky Highway should expect delays due to a crash in the northbound lanes between Horseshoe Bay and Lions Bay Tuesday evening.
Mounties said both directions on the highway would likely be closed due to the crash, which occurred near Strachan Point.
ROAD ALERT UPDATE: @BC_EHS on scene and #ICARS enroute expect closure of both directions NB/SB #BCHwy99 at Strathcona Point for the next few hours, will notify if SB opens. #FrontlinePolicing @SeatoSkyHighway @DriveBC @MountainFMradio
— Squamish RCMP (@SquamishRCMP) October 21, 2020
Witnesses posted in a local road conditions Facebook group that a car rolled over, and a helicopter ambulance airlifted someone to hospital. Daily Hive has reached out to BC Emergency Health Services for confirmation.
DriveBC said there are reports that the crash is causing closures in both directions, and that crews are on their way.
— DriveBC (@DriveBC) October 21, 2020