About 30 cubic metres of rock fell onto Highway 23 North near Mica Hill in the early afternoon of July 26

PHOTO: Highway 23 landslide drops massive boulder

This big boulder caused some disruption to traffic on Highway 23 North on July 26.

About 30 cubic metres of rock fell onto Highway 23 North near Mica Hill in the early afternoon of July 26.

The rock fall cut off the highway for a brief period, but crews were soon able to get a one-lane bypass open.

They then called for a bigger piece of equipment to help them deal with this giant boulder.

A B.C. transportation ministry spokesperson said there were no injuries in the incident.

 

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