Support Fort St John News

UPDATE – BC Hydro says power should be restored to the area by 1:30.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A collision near Mile 55 of the Alaska Highway has knocked out power to over 300 customers in the area.

The power outage started just before 5 a.m. Saturday and is effecting 357 customers along the Alaska Highway in Charlie Lake.

The power is out from the Golf Course Road to approximately Becker Hill Road.

There is no estimate for when power will be restored, but B.C. Hydro does say a crew is on site working to restore the outage.

Drivebc.ca reports a vehicle incident occurred early Saturday morning near Bluebird Road and the Alaska Highway.

At this time we do not have any specific information about the collision. If you have information you can share, email news@moosefm.ca

We will update this post as we get more details from officials.

Report an error

Read our guiding principles

Thanks for reading!

Energeticcity.ca is the voice of the Peace, bringing issues that matter to the forefront with independent journalism. Our job is to share the unique values of the Peace region with the rest of B.C. and make sure those in power hear us. From your kids’ lemonade stand to natural resource projects, we cover it – but we need your support. Give $10 a month to Energeticcity.ca today and be the reason we can cover the next story. 

More stories you might like

Avatar photo

Adam ReaburnGeneral Manager/Owner

Adam Reaburn is the owner of Moose FM and Energeticcity.ca. Adam has been working in broadcasting for over 20 years. Adam and his wife Tammy have lived in Fort St. John for over 18 years.