Highway 93 is closed in both directions due to a rock slide between Dutch Creek Road and West Side Road near Fairmont Hot Springs and Canal Flats. Louise Walters/Facebook file.

UPDATE: Highway 93 closed indefinitely in both directions near Fairmont Hot Springs due to rock slide

No detour is currently available

DriveBC is reporting that Highway 93 is closed in both directions due to a rock slide between Dutch Creek Road and West Side Road near Fairmont Hot Springs and Canal Flats.

An update at 9:50 a.m. says that the road will be closed indefinitely until a geo technical assessment can be completed. The assessment is currently in progress.

DriveBC advises to watch for traffic control. There is no detour available at this time. Check in with DriveBC for updates. There is limited other information available at this time.



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Highway 93 is closed in both directions due to a rock slide between Dutch Creek Road and West Side Road near Fairmont Hot Springs and Canal Flats. Louise Walters/Facebook file.

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