The City of Quesnel Public Works has closed the southbound and eastbound lanes of the North Fraser Drive loop due to flooding. (City of Quesnel photo)

North Fraser Drive loop in west Quesnel closed due to flooding

A detour for southbound and eastbound drivers is in place

The City of Quesnel Public Works has closed the southbound and eastbound lanes of the North Fraser Drive loop due to flooding.

The recommended detour for passenger vehicles runs along Baker Drive to English Avenue through to Evans Drive and then Elliott Street. The recommended detour for commercial vehicles runs along Elliott Street.

The City has placed detour signage along routes to assist drivers and will provide an update when more information becomes available.

READ MORE: Cariboo flood-damaged road repairs surpass $12 million



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