The catastrophic damage from the recent B.C. storm is still being assessed but the devastation is clear.
Roads are underwater, cars swept away and homes lost.
Photos and videos taken from the air highlight how much the atmospheric river affected so many parts of the province.
From the air it is clear to see a section of the Coquihalla Highway is gone, snapped in two, and it could be weeks or even months before it reopens.
This video shows the damage along Highway 1 near Popkum, east of Chilliwack.
The debris slide has completely covered the road and crews are on scene working to clear it as fast as possible.
Video taken from the slide on Highway 99-Duffey Lake Road shows trees covering the highway and cars swept down the embankment.
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A Global BC cameraman was swept up in the slide and described what he saw.
“I turned around and looked at my truck and it was half-buried and all the cars that were on the road and all the people, they were just gone,” Mike Timbrell said.