A semi-truck crashed on Highway 4 Monday morning, slowing traffic in and out of the Tofino-Ucluelet area. (Photo - Geoff Johnson)

Semi-truck rollover slows traffic heading in and out of Tofino-Ucluelet

The highway is open to single-lane alternating traffic and drivers should 20 minute delays.

A semi-truck crashed on Hwy. 4 near Sutton Pass Monday morning, slowing traffic travelling between Tofino-Ucluelet and the rest of Vancouver Island.

The highway remained open to single-lane alternating traffic with DriveBC cautioning drivers to expect 20 minute delays throughout the day.

Crews cleared the scene by around 6 p.m.

READ MORE: Semi-truck crashes on Hwy. 4 between Port Alberni and Tofino-Ucluelet

READ MORE: One dead, two seriously injured in Hwy 4 crash west of Port Alberni

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