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For more on this story, click hereUpdate as of 11:40am – Highway 49 has been re-opened in both directions. At this time the RCMP have not released any information about this accident. When we get more details we will pass them along.At this time we have very little information about an accident that has closed Highway 49 near Dawson Creek.- Advertisement -The road has been closed in both directions from Dawson Creek to about 10km east of Dawson Creek because of a collision. Detours are available on Hwy 3 (Rolla Road) north to Road 210 and on Hwy 3 (Rolla Road) south to Hwy 2.If you have any information or photos to share, e-mail email@example.com. We will post more information as it becomes available.