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Two out of three B.C. damage claims from Lower Mainland: ICBC

FILE- A driver tells NEWS 1130 an ice bomb smashed in his windshield as he was crossing the Port Mann Bridge on Friday. (Submitted)
Summary

Lower Mainland drivers account for two out of three reports filed

Updated numbers for ice falling from local bridge cables include 82 claims for the Port Mann and 47 for the Alex Fraser

Monday's damage is still being tallied up

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — ICBC has logged more than 6,300 damage claims across the province since Friday.

Lower Mainland drivers account for two out of three reports filed. Monday’s damage is still being tallied up.

ICBC Dial-a-Claims from Jan. 10 to Jan. 12, 2020. (Courtesy ICBC) *Each call does no always represent a new claim.

One driver called into NEWS 1130 after an ice-bomb smashed his windshield on the Port Mann Bridge on Friday.

Updated numbers involving ice falling from local bridge cables on Friday include 82 claims for the Port Mann and 47 for the Alex Fraser.

So far, the Golden Ears crossing has only recorded two cases of ice damaging a vehicle.