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Motorists Advised to Stay Off Roads in Kent and Sussex Counties

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DOVER, Del.- Effective immediately, the Delaware Department of Transportation is asking motorists to avoid driving on roads in Kent and Sussex counties if possible until the rainstorm subsides. Water on many roads is creating potentially hazardous driving conditions, according to DelDOT.

Below is a list of roads experiencing flooding, high water or trees down. Motorists are advised to exercise caution when traveling through those areas, including in the evening as there may still some roads covered in water.

Kent County

Flooding

  • 2636 S. Little Creek – Water on Roadway
  • US 13 SB near White Oak – Down to one lane – Flooding
  • RT 8 EB by Dover High School – Flooded
  • N. Little Creek Rd IFO Post Office – Flooded
  • Division St @ RT 8 – Flooded
  • S. Little Creek Rd between Horse pond Rd & RT 9 – High Water on Roadway
  • Horsepond Rd between Lafferty & Starlifter Lane
  • RT 8 @ Cranberry Run - Water on Roadway
  • Zion Church @ Deer Run Rd. – Water on Roadway / Flooded
  • Artis Dr. @ RT8- flooding across roadway

Sussex County

Trees Down:

  • 34397 Rickards Rd – Road closed
  • Camp Arrowhead Rd @ South Dr. – across the roadway

Flooding:

  • RT 24 EB west of Longneck Rd – Water on Roadway
  • Old landing Rd Between RT 1 & Airport Rd – Water on Roadway
  • Indian Mission Rd @ Beaver Dam Rd – Water on Roadway
  • RT 1 NB between RT 26 & IRIB - Water in right lane
  • Lighthouse Rd @ London Ave. – Water on Roadway
  • Main St Warrington St. – Flooded
  • RT 20 between RT 26 & Dagsboro – Flooded
  • US 113 @ Nine Foot Rd – Flooded
  • Hollymount Rd @ Karma Ln - Flooded
  • Hollyville Rd @ RT 24- Water on Roadway
  • Hardscrabble Rd @ Shortly Rd- Water across Roadway
  • Holts Landing Rd @ Ellis Lane- Flooded
  • Banks Harbor Retreat- Closed
  • RT 113 & RT 9- High water
  • RT 26 @ Towne Center- High water

Closed:

  • Lighthouse Rd @ Sand Cove Rd – Closed due high water
  • Falling Point Rd @ Cow Hoon Dr. – Road is bucking
  • Woodland Ave @ Briar Ct – Closed due to flooding and accident
  • Holly Lake Rd between Phillip Branch @ RT 24 – Closed due to flooding; 1 foot of water on Roadway

 


 

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