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June 29, 2017 12:31 PM
Flooding closes many routes across northwest Missouri

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Last night’s storms and continued rain today have saturated the ground in northwest Missouri. Rivers and streams are full and with nowhere else to go, the accumulating water has collected on some highways, prompting their closure.

Crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation, working with law enforcement and regional emergency services are monitoring many areas for rising waters. Situations can change quickly, especially during flooding. More roads could flood without warning. Motorists are reminded to stay alert and to not drive through any water over the roadway. It only takes six inches of water (or less!) to lose control of your vehicle and possibly be swept into rising floodwaters. Any time there is water over the roadway, there may be unseen damage to the road surface below. Do not drive through water over a roadway or around construction barricades. MoDOT encourages all motorists to Turn Around! Don’t Drown!

As waters recede and MoDOT crews are able to asses that there is no damage to the road surface from the floodwaters, they will reopen routes to traffic.

To keep up with the latest road closures for flooding, incidents and roadwork, the Missouri Department of Transportation provides a Traveler Information Map at www.modot.org. Motorists are advised to check the map or call 1-888 ASK MODOT (1-888-275-6636) before heading out to plan alternate routes, as needed.

 

NOW CLOSED:

Andrew County

  • Route 48 on the east side of Rosendale (One Hundred and Two River)
  • Route B west of Bolckow (One Hundred and Two River)

Chariton County

  • Route E in Rothville (Yellow Creek)

Daviess County

  • Route AA north of Route Z (Grand River and Sampson Creek)
  • Route B east of Coffey (Hickory Creek and Big Muddy Creek)
  • Route K north of Route P between Grate Avenue and Hope Avenue (Pilot Grove Creek)
  • Route T between Abbey Road and 130th Street (Sampson Creek)
  • Route UU between Routes B and P
  • Route Z between Route AA and the Gentry County line (Grand River)

Gentry County

  • Route A between Route T and 440th Street (Grand River)
  • Route F between U.S. Route 169 and 472nd Road (Grand River)
  • Route H from Carmack Junction south to Route E (Grand River)

Harrison County

  • U.S. Route 136 from U.S. Route 169 to Route W in Bethany
  • Route AA between U.S. Route 69 and Interstate 35 (Big Creek)
  • Route ZZ between West 115 Avenue and West 385th Street (Sampson Creek)

Nodaway County

  • Route U at Arkoe (One Hundred and Two River)
  • Route VV between Route AH and Mercury Road (Platte River)

Worth County

  • Route J between Route Z and Goldenrod Trail

 

For more information, call 1-888-ASK-MODOT (888-275-6636) or visit www.modot.org/northwest and view the online Traveler Information Map. In addition, MoDOT provides updated information on Twitter @MoDOTNorthwest and Facebook at www.facebook.com/MoDOTNWDistrict.

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