Highway 97A reopens following collision south of Sicamous

Incident occurred between Riverside and Zettergreen roads

Highway 97A has reopened following a vehicle accident near Mara on Tuesday, Feb. 11.

Drive BC reports the accident occurred between Riverside and Zettergreen roads, approximately 15 kilometres north of Enderby.

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