Apparent car fire at N.S.-N.B. border forces traffic to be diverted
An apparent vehicle fire at the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border has meant traffic heading into Nova Scotia has had to be diverted.
A video was posted on Facebook by a traveller in the area earlier this evening.
There is no word on the cause of the fire or if anyone has been injured.
Nova Scotia re-instated COVID-19 restrictions for travellers from New Brunwick last month.
That means this long long weekend, travelers are being stopped and checked for vaccination status..
Earlier this afternoon, that led to a long lineup of vehicles stretched down the highway.
Twitter user 'My New Brunswick', says as long as this lineup looked, t was even beyond what the camera could capture.
Welcome to NS. This is part of the traffic backed up to enter from NB. Allow extra time to enter NS. @TrafficNB @CBCNB @CBCMoncton @HarryForestell @DestinationNB @CTVAnchor @BruceFriskoCTV #bordertraffic pic.twitter.com/4cbYnsPGYd— My New Brunswick (@mynewbrunswick) September 3, 2021
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