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Mary Hill Bypass Accident Today

Mary Hill Bypass Accident Today
Mary Hill Bypass Accident Today

Mary Hill Bypass Accident Today: After multiple lanes of Highway 7B were closed for many hours this morning, the highway has finally reopened, with traffic congestion having eased (Nov. 30).

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This morning, a car fire on the Mary Hill Bypass in Port Coquitlam forced the closure of many lanes along the highway (Nov. 30, 2021).

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On the morning of November 30, 2021, a fire broke out near the Mary Hill Bypass (Highway 7B) in Port Coquitlam, causing an apparent dump truck to catch fire.

On the morning of November 30, 2021, a fire broke out near the Mary Hill Bypass (Highway 7B) in Port Coquitlam, causing an apparent dump truck to catch fire.

On the morning of November 30, 2021, an apparent dump truck caught fire (top right) near the Mary Hill Bypass (Highway 7B) in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.

Mary Hill Bypass Accident Today
Mary Hill Bypass Accident Today

Car fire in the eastbound lanes of the Mary Hill Bypass (Highway 7B) in Port Coquitlam on the morning of November 30, 2021, forced the closure of the eastbound lanes of the highway.

This morning, a car fire on the Mary Hill Bypass in Port Coquitlam forced the closure of many lanes along the highway (Nov. 30, 2021).

3:40 p.m. is the time.

No one was hurt in a morning car fire that forced the closure of a Port Coquitlam roadway early this morning (Nov. 30).

After speaking with the Tri-City News, RCMP confirmed that a technical fault caused an apparent dump truck to catch fire near the Mary Hill Bypass just before 9:30 a.m.

As a consequence of the incident, the section of the road between Pitt River Road and Broadway Street has been reopened after being closed for many hours.

The flames were quenched by the Port Coquitlam Fire Department, and the car was removed off the road as soon as it was possible.

11:00 a.m.–11:40 a.m.

Mary Hill Bypass Accident Today
Mary Hill Bypass Accident Today

Congestion is anticipated to persist on the Mary Hill Bypass, which is again fully operational after an earlier car fire closed multiple lanes of traffic for many hours.

There were flames pouring out of the engine of an apparent dump truck just before 9:30 a.m. between Pitt River Road and Broadway Street, and the Port Coquitlam Fire Department extinguished them. It’s unknown whether anybody was wounded in the incident.

When the accident occurred, the car was traveling eastward and shut down the left and center lanes.

The Coquitlam RCMP restricted the left westbound lane in order to allow first responders to pass safely.

Drive BC recommends that travelers consider using a different route for the time being until the situation on Highway 7B is resolved completely.

between 9:00 a.m. and 9:20 a.m.

A dump truck looks to have caught fire in Port Coquitlam this morning, according to witnesses (Nov. 30).

The truck can be seen blocking multiple lanes of the Mary Hill Bypass (Highway 7B) between Pitt River Road and Broadway Street in a photo taken by Drive BC using a traffic camera just before 9:30 a.m.

The left and center eastbound lanes, as well as the left westbound lane, are now closed due to a construction project.

As of the time of this writing, Coquitlam RCMP and Port Coquitlam fire units were on the scene.

It is not known if anybody has been hurt as a result of the fire.

Commuters and homeowners are urged to seek other routes because of predicted heavy traffic and significant delays on the main highway.