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Heavy Rainfall Closes Several Wicomico County Roads

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SALISBURY, Md.- County Executive Bob Culver announced Friday that due to the extreme heavy rainfall that fell overnight, several roads in Wicomico County are impassable:

  • Nanticoke Road is closed at Riawakin Pond
  • Pemberton Road is closed between Crooked Oak Lane and Harbor Point Drive
  • Old Towne Subdivision is closed

All traffic from the west side of the county must to go to Rockawalkin Road to get to Route 50.  Coming from Route 50 to the Nanticoke area you must utilize Rockawalkin Road.

due to the extreme heavy rainfall that fell overnight, several roads in Wicomico County are impassable:

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