UPDATE – Highway 3 near Christina re-opened

Highway 3, which had been closed last night due to the Paulson fire, is now open.

  • Aug. 18, 2015 5:00 p.m.

Forest Fire

Highway 3, which had been closed last night due to the Paulson Pass fire, is now open. Watch for debris and emergency crews on road. Single alternating traffic near Christina Lake.

Drive BC warning –

UPDATE – Highway 3, which was closed due to the Paulson Pass wildfire, has been reopened. Watch for falling debris and emergency crews. Single lane alternating near Christina Lake.Drive BC –  Forest FireHighway 3 Both directions – Forest Fire 15 km east of Christina Lake to Junction with Highway 3B at Nancy Greene Lake (32.1 km). The road is reduced to single lane alternating traffic. Updated on Tue Aug 18 at 10:33 pm PDT.

 

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