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Roadways Still Compromised by Flood Waters

Last updated on Monday, June 9, 2008

(UNDATED) - A number of roads and other areas remain affected by flooding today.

Most notably, IN-37, which was closed between Bloomington and Indianapolis due to flooding in Martinsville, has been mostly reopened, and detours have opened to get motorists around Martinsville.

Here in Lawrence County, no state or US highways are closed, however, a list of compromised county and local roads is still being compiled and is expected to expand as the east fork of the White River continues to rise.

In Brown County, IN-135 is closed between IN-46 and Story.

In Greene County, IN-48, IN-67 and IN-157 and US-231 all are closed in certain sections due to flooding.

In Bartholomew County, US-31 and US-421, I-65, IN-11, IN-45, IN-46 and IN-252 all have issues.

US-50 through Jackson County is still open, but a number of other roadways, including IN-235 and IN-238 are flooded.

In Monroe County, stay off IN-135, and in Morgan County, well, just stay out of Morgan County if the option is open to you.

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