A recent accident handicapped drivers on Monday evening after a day of snow frustration on the way to Malahat Drive

According to DriveBC, the freeway reopened just before 7 p.m. After a blanket of snow, a semi spun near the southern end of Shawnigan Lake Road. It stayed there for several hours as crews from Emcon Services Inc tried to maintain the snow-covered section of Highway 1 and remove the vehicle

The section of Highway 1 was closed for some time due to “vehicle removal” according to DriveBC and reopened shortly before 7pm when a second crash occurred in the Langford segment of Highway 1 near Leigh Road

The snow started on Monday morning and lasted all day Up to 25 centimeters are expected at higher altitudes

The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure is reminding drivers that flashing amber lights mean the plow is in operation and drivers should not drive past

Winter tires or chains are required on parts of Malahat and Sooke Roads on logos with three peak symbols are recommended for driving in cold weather as they have better traction on snow and ice

Up to 15 cm of snow and wind gusts of up to 90 km / h, clear weather tomorrow

The boulder, which is a foot thick and weighs 2,850 pounds, was stolen on the night of December 19

Up to 15 cm of snow and wind gusts of up to 90 km / h, clear weather tomorrow

Pictures taken on her honeymoon were posted without her consent after she was told they had been deleted

DriveBC

World News – CA – A crash hampers traffic on Highway 1 heading north as reported in previous editions – Vancouver Island Free Daily

Source: https://www.vancouverislandfreedaily.com/news/snow-falling-on-malahat-drive-up-to-25-cm-expected/