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Wednesday evening street closures due to rain and flooding

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The following roads are closed because of flooding or high water:


Calhoun and  Concord
America, Amherst to South impassible
All of Market St impassible
5th and Fiall impassible
Rick Hendricks-17 Hwy (#2 lane closed)
Rutledge/Fishburne impassible
Shepard from Rutledge to Crosstown
Gordon from Rutledge to 12th impassible
Coming and Beafain impassible
Crosstown blocked at President heading North with barricades
Huger and King Street multiple vehicles blocking intersection
Ashley & Fishburne closed, multiple vehicles stuck
Ashley and Bennett
Calhoun- Bull to Smith
America between Cooper and Lee
N. Market between E. Bay and Concord requesting barricades due to flooding into restaurants
Fishburne and S. Tracy impassible
Ashley- Wentworth to Calhoun impassible
Ashley- Tradd to Broad, high water vehicles only
Ashley and Colonial impassible
Crosstown- Northbound lanes #2 and #3 impassible, Lane #1 open
Church and Market Flooded, barricades requested at Cumberland
Fishburne and S. Tracy impassible
Ashley- Wentworth to Calhoun impassible


News 2 will continue to update the list as information becomes available. 

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