Heavy rains flood roads in the area
Updated On: May 01 2014 01:20:41 PM CDT
Wednesday night and Thursday morning's heavy downpours have forced officials to close many roads in the area.
Church Road in Alburtis
Werleys Road at Blue Sage Road
Schantz Road & Cetronia Road
Spring Creek Road between Mill Creek Road and Route 100
Lehigh Drive between Palmer and Easton
Van Buren Road between Hollo Road and Tatamy Road
Christian Springs Road at 22 overpass
Kesslersville Road & Uhler Road
Newlins Mill Road & Sullivan Trail
Buck Road between Newtown Bypass and Middle Holland Road
Road Closures in Montgomery County (effective 7 a.m. Thurs, May 1)
Middle Creek Road between Congo Road and Sassamansville Road
Swamp Creek Road at Schlegel Road
W. County Line Road
Davis Grove Road
Lightcap Road between Airport Road and Possum Hollow Road
Lower Frederick Township:
Kratz Road at Hendricks Road
Lower Gwynedd Township:
Dager Road near Pennlyn Pike
Lower Moreland Township:
Terwood Road between Welsh Road and Valley Road
Lower Pottsgrove Township:
Sunnybrook Road between Kepler Road and Crimson Lane
Sanatoga Road between High Street and Skytop Road
Lower Salford Township:
New Hanover Township:
New Hanover Square Road
Upper Moreland Township:
Tractor trailers not allowed to turn right from Matsonford Road onto River Road
Thomas Road between Jackson Drive and Kottler Drive
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