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List of Delaware Roads Experiencing Flooding and Closures

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UNDATED- DelDOT spokesman Jim Westhoff tells WBOC flooding and road closures continue to be a problem following Friday's heavy rains.

In Kent County, flooding is impacting the following roads:
- Hazletville Rd by Hoss Butcher shop
- Mahans Corner Rd between Grygo Rd & Westville Rd
- Jebb Rd between Alms House Rd & Morgan Chase Rd
- Bryants Corner Rd between Hazlettville Rd & Brittany Lane
- Westville Rd between Pearsons Corner & Bryants Corner Rd

In Sussex County, the following roads are closed:
- Falling Point Rd between Wingate Rd & Pepper Creek
- RT 5 @ Mount Joy (Will remain closed until Sunday)
- Zoar Rd between roads 296 & 305
- Careys Camp Rd between RT 24 and Pear Tree Rd

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