Three-vehicle crash closes Trans-Canada from Revelstoke to Golden

A three vehicle crash in Glacier National Park has closed the Trans-Canada Highway between Revelstoke and Golden.

A three vehicle crash in Glacier National Park has closed the Trans-Canada Highway between Revelstoke and Golden.

The crash happened near the Tupper Timber snowshed at around 4 p.m. on Thursday. No other details on the crash are available yet.

Unconfirmed scanner reports indicate a helicopter was dispatched to the scene, indicating serious injuries are involved.

DriveBC has not provided an estimated time of opening for the highway and said more updates would come at around 6 p.m.

The Times Review will strive to update the story as frequently as possible, but check DriveBC.ca for up-to-the-minute reports.

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