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High water closes some area roads

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The following roads have been reported as closed due to high water by transportation officials in Kentucky and Indiana:

From the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet:

  • Bullitt County - KY 480 between mile points 10 and 11
  • Spencer County - KY 2885 between mile points 2 and 3
  • Trimble County - KY 2871 between mile point 0 and 0.295
  • Breckinridge County - KY 261 between mile point 15 and 16
  • Marion County - KY 2741 between mile point 0 and 1 
  • Meade County - KY 823 between mile point 0 and 1
  • Taylor County - KY 3211 between mile point 4 and 5

From the Indiana Department of Transportation:

  • Jackson County - S.R. 235 between Mill Street (Medora) and County Road 460 West 

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