Lickman Road north of South Sumas in Chilliwack early on Jan. 29, 2020 after a semi hit a hydro pole. (Twitter - @FeedbackFilter)

Semi hits pole on Lickman Road in Chilliwack

Road is blocked in both directions north of South Sumas

Traffic was at a standstill on Lickman Road north of South Sumas Road in Chilliwack Wednesday morning after a semi hit a pole and sheared it off.

The pole was left hanging by the wires, and BC Hydro crews were reportedly on the scene by 8 a.m.

The crash happened on the west side of Lickman in front of Visscher Lumber, and just south of the school École La Vérendrye.


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