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DelDOT Warns Of High Water In Roadways

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DELAWARE - DelDOT has released a list of roads that are flooded after this afternoon's rain storm.

 

New Castle County:

 

Trees Down

Trees Down, and Road is Closed:

Dutch Neck Road, between Duck Neck Farms and Canal – CLOSED

Frazer Road, at Frenchtown Road  – CLOSED

Red Mill at Andries Road  – CLOSED

Woods Road, near Howell School Road – CLOSED

 

Flooding

Water on the road, but road remains open:  

Route 13 Southbound, Bayview  – HIGH WATER

Port Penn at Route 9 – Closed

 

KENT COUNTY:

 

Tree Down:

Westville Road At Grygo -- Closed

 

Flooding

Route 1 Northbound at exit 86 has a right lane closed due to high water

Route 1 at Exit 86 on Bay Road is closed due to high water

Hazletville Road near Artis Drive – high water

Route 409, Tuxward Road – high water

Sorghum Mill Road between Cypress Branch Road & Route 10 – one laen closed due to high water

Carpenter Bridge Road between Killens Pond Road & Campground Road – high water

Irish Hill Road at Sophers Row – high water

Clapham Road near High Point Park – high water

Willow Grove Road at Dudee Road – high water

 

Sussex County:

 

Dark Signal:

Route 9 & Dairy Farm Road – S283

 

Signal On Flash

Route 13 & Newtown

 

Tree Down:

20762 Wesley Church Road - Closed

 

We'll keep this list updated as more information becomes available.

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