Promontory Road is closed between Chilliwack River Road and Uplands Road due to a small slide on Friday afternoon during the heavy rainfall. (Jennifer Thomson)

BREAKING: Promontory Road closed due to a small slide with debris on the road

Public works crews should have it cleaned up within an hour, city officials said

Promontory Road will be closed briefly Friday afternoon after a small slide.

Public works were working to remove debris and mud that came down from a nearby hillside in the heavy rain on Friday afternoon after 1 p.m.

City crews were on-scene and it was estimated the debris removal would take an hour or so.

Chilliwack School District officials warned that certain bus routes might suffer a slight delay.

READ MORE: Memories of another slide

READ MORE: Chilliwack region no stranger to slides


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