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Originally published Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 10:02 AM

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Peace Arch border crossing fully reopened

Border crossing between Washington and B.C. had been closed after shooting of Canadian border guard.

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The Peace Arch border crossing between Washington and British Columbia fully reopened Thursday morning. The crossing at Blaine along Interstate-5 had been closed after the shooting of a Canadian border guard Tuesday and the suicide of the gunman at the scene.

Canadian authorities opened the northbound lanes into Canada at 8 a.m. Thursday. U.S. authorities had reopened southbound lanes, for entry into the United States, on Wednesday afternoon.

Traffic had been diverted to other nearby border crossings. .

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