Highway 97 just south of Kaleden is down to single lane alternating traffic. (Google Maps)

Highway 97 near Kaleden down to single lane following vehicle incident

Expect delays

Crews are currently on scene dealing with a vehicle incident on Highway 97 just south of Kaleden between Old Kaleden Road and White Lake Road.

Expect delays as the highway is down to single lane alternating traffic.

More to come.

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