Emergency crews are responding to a small rockslide on the northbound side of the Malahat between Goldstream Provincial Park and Ice Cream Mountain. (Twitter/Joel Rushworth)

Northbound lanes re-open along Malahat after small rockslide near Goldstream

Drivers asked to use caution, clean-up crews have finished on-site

Northbound lanes along the Malahat re-opened after clean-up crews finished dealing with a small rockslide between Goldstream Provincial Park and Ice Cream Mountain.

According to multiple Facebook posts, the rockslide took place just after 9 a.m. Sunday morning. West Shore RCMP confirmed there were no injuries.

Traffic was previously backed up to Leigh Rd. Drivers were asked to use caution and patience as the roads began to clear.

aaron.guillen@goldstreamgazette.com


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