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Heavy rain floods some Statesboro roads

Georgia Southern entrance at 301. (Source: Bradley Hires) Georgia Southern entrance at 301. (Source: Bradley Hires)
STATESBORO, GA (WTOC) -

Heavy rains on Tuesday resulted in flooding on several roads around Statesboro.

WTOC Senior Meteorologist Pat Prokop said 1 to 2 inches - and in some cases, 2.8 inches - of rain fell in the Statesboro area on Tuesday afternoon.

In the Georgia Villas on Chandler Road, cars were sitting in standing water. Other areas around such as the Statesboro bypass at U.S. 301 South also flooded.

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