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Storms cause Road Closures Across the Area

Storms cause Road Closures Across the Area

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Friday evening and early Saturday morning storms are causing road closures across many counties in the area.

Many secondary roadways are flooded and motorists are urged to use caution while traveling.

As of 8 am Saturday, this is an updated list of road closures/damages/flooding:

Ottawa County, OK...These roads remained closed as of 8 AM:
30 ROAD WEST OF 530
59 ST. AND RAILROAD BRIDGE
E 30 ROAD & WEST OF CARDON
SOUTH 670 OFF HIGHWAY 10
HIGHWAY 137 BETWEEN 127 AND 140
S 580 Rd. SOUTH OF 80
S 580 Rd. SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 60
S 580 Rd. OFF ROAD 125
E 112 Rd. OFF 590 AND GRAND LAKE SHORES JUST OUTSIDE OF MIAMI

Cherokee County, KS...Highway 7 is still receding water from Friday night. It is now open, but motorists are urged to go slow. Side roadways across the county are still a concern.

Crawford County, KS...Minor flooding can be seen from secondary roadways.

Labette County, KS...Flooding on secondary roadways.

Montgomery County, KS...County Roads closed in the Southeastern part of the county near Coffeyville.

Jasper County, MO...Crews are still out surveying damaged areas.

Newton County, MO...No roadways closed, damage is minimal.

Vernon County, MO...No information available

Barton County, MO....126 West of I-49 remains closed. Secondary roadways remain a problem.

Mcdonald County, MO...No road closures reported.

We will keep updating as more information becomes available.

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