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Road closings in Vanderburgh Co. due to high water

VANDERBURGH CO., IN (WFIE) -

The Vanderburgh County Highway Department reports that the following roads are closed due to high water:

  • Old Princeton between Schillinger and Stacer
  • Owensville between Baseline and Nisbet
  • Nisbet between Highway 65 and Owensville
  • Wallenmeyer between Baseline and Nisbet
  • St. Joseph Ave between Baseline and Adler
  • S. Weinbach between the levee and Waterworks Rd
  • Outer Darmstadt between Schillinger and Adler
  • Frontage between Bixler and Woods
  • Woods between Pruitt and Frontage
  • Seminary from Duesner to Old Henderson
  • Happe from Duesner to Old Henderson
  • Golden Rule from Old Henderson to Seminary
  • King from Happe to Old Henderson
  • Duesner from Seminary to Happe
  • Old Henderson from Duesner to Golden Rule
  • Hickory Ridge from Old Henderson to Happe
  • Lyle from Nurrenbern to Bayou Creek
  • Bayou Creek from Old Henderson to Schmuck
  • County Line East from Millersburg to Warrick County Line
  • Roth from Cypress Dale to Seminary
  • Shore from Roth to dead end
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