Floods in Vermont cause road closures

May 24, 2013, 5:00 am
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(NECN) - Heavy rain has caused flooding in several town in Vermont, causing road closures.

Jericho, Underhill, Cambridge, Essex, and surrounding towns have reported the greatest damage so far.

Essex

Route 15 between Sand Hill Road and Route 104 in Cambridge


Jericho


Fitzimons Road

Alpine Road

Brookside Lane

Willow Lane

Palmer Lane

Raceway Road

Hirams Crossing

 

Underhill

Poker Hill

Irish Settlement

Page Road

North Underhill Station Road

River Road

Kelly Road

Butler Road

805 Route 15

Daudelin Road

Page Road

696 Irish Settlement Road

Maple Ridge

Tupper Road

Gertz Road

Briar Patch

Hawk Ridge Road

 
Westford

128 and Route 15 from Essex

 
Cambridge

Williamson Road

Lower Pleasant Valley Road

The Vermont Department of Public Safety is encouraging everyone to remain safe and take alternate roads when necessary, never driving across a flooded road.

Tags: vermont, roads, closings, flood, flash flood
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