Highway 395 – 20 minutes south of Cascade border crossing is closed due to fires

Highway 395 closed 20 minutes south of Cascade border in Washington State

  • Aug. 21, 2015 10:00 a.m.

Travel Alerts for USA Highway 395, Laurier /Cascade Port and USA Highway 21, Danville.

Trail, August 21, 2015, 14:00

There are Travel Alerts for USA Highway 395 and Highway 21. Please check with www.wsdot.com before you travel.

Laurier/ Cascade Port US 395 Both Directions – US 395 closed in both directions, due to fire activity, from Kamloops Junction, milepost 245, to Orient, from 1:20 pm on August 21, 2015 until further notice. Use alternate route. Last Updated: 8/21/2015 1:32 PM At milepost 245 rier/Cascade Port (Cascade Border crossing) http://www.wsdot.com/traffic/trafficalerts/default.aspx?refnum=198047&action=2&aw=1

Danville Border Crossing SR 21 Both Directions – SR 21 is closed due to fire activity in both directions from Bridge Creek Road, milepost 127, to Gold Creek Road, milepost 146, from 1:25 pm on August 21, 2015 until further notice. Choose alternate route. Last Updated: 8/21/2015 1:27 PM From milepost 127 to milepost 146 http://www.wsdot.com/traffic/trafficalerts/default.aspx?refnum=198033&action=2&aw=1

 

The Danville crossing is confirmed open regular hours. The road (SR21) is closed below Republic.

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