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Mike Keltner: Flooding update, 12:12pmCT, Tue 14 Apr 2015

Extreme caution urged next few hours as flooding, pooling happening at points all over the county. "Floodway roadways are now too numerous to mention," EMD Mike Keltner says. Debris is now an issue, as well.
Next earlier EMD story on Flooding 14 Apr 2015: Mike Keltner: Flooding 14 Apr 2015: Updates on Roads, Bridges

By Mike Keltner, Acting Emergency Management Director

After speaking with Road Supervisor Terry Corbin on road conditions I wanted to share that water levels continue to rise.

Roads Supervisor Corbin stated that the majority of low lying roadways have potential to be flooded and have the possibility of debris blocking travel.

Flooded roadways have became too numerous to name individually and travelers must be aware of these hazardous conditions. Remember Turn Around, Don't Drown when you encounter flooded roadways.

Mike Keltner, Adair County Emergency Management




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