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Last updated on Friday, April 19, 2013
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A number of counties throughout Central Indiana have had to close main roadways due to high water and flooding.
Howard County dispatchers say there is high water throughout the county. In fact, there is so much flooding, the county highway department has run out of high water signs.
Hendricks County dispatchers say there is high water on Dan Jones Road, south of Township Line Road.Also, sections of 250 South in Plainfield have very high water levels.
Boone County officials also say many roads in the area are flooded. The 7000 block of US 421 and the 8000 block of SR 32 has very high water at this time. Please use caution when traveling in this area.
Hamilton County officials has several reports of high water along 106th Street near Hague Road and near Greentree. The area near 96th and Allisonville Road is also very flooded. Hamilton County Dispatchers say they are closing down Grassy Branch Road between SR 32 and SR 38 due to high water and floating logs.
Clinton County has high water in many areas, especially in the Frankfort area.
SR 26 at 930 East, SR 28,29 and 7000 South are very dangerous at this time. Locals are urged to use caution and avoid these areas.
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