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Roads flooded, barricaded across Louisville

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - With almost six inches of rain over a 24-hour period on Saturday into Sunday, MetroSafe reports the following streets are flooded. Most of them are barricaded.  

  • Third Street Road and Outer Loop
  • Breckenridge Lane and Six Mile Lane
  • Dixie Highway between the 14000 and 15000 blocks
  • Bluegrass Avenue
  • Preston Highway and McCawley Road

[SLIDESHOW: October 6 flooding]

  • Chenoweth Lane and Old Taylorsville Road
  • Frankfort Avenue and River Road
  • Frankfort Avenue and Washington Street
  • 2nd Street and Seneca Trail
  • New Cut Road and Southside Drive
  • Taylor Boulevard and Bicknell Avenue
  • Taylor Boulevard and Carrico Avenue
  • Lexington Road from Macon to Cornell
  • Grafton between the 10600 and 10800 blocks
  • Hurstbourne Parkway and Six Mile Lane
  • 1200 block of Ormsby Lane
  • Blackthorn Road and Kirkham Road
  • Taylorsville Road and Chenoweth Run Road
  • 7th Street and Magnolia Street
  • 7th Street and Bernheim Lane
  • Arnold Palmer Boulevard and Forest Oaks Drive
  • Ballardsville Road and Chamberlain Lane
  • 9th Street and West Oak Street
  • 7th Street and Algonquin Parkway
  • Minors Lane and Outer Loop
  • Peabody Lane and Goldsmith Lane
  • 7th Street and Berry Boulevard
  • 7th Street and Noble Place
  • Shepherdsville Road and Whispering Hills Boulevard
  • 12th Street and West Oak Street
  • Chenoweth Lane and Blankenbaker Parkway
  • Bardstown Road and Cedar Look Drive
  • 13th Street and Hill Street
  • 16th Street and Algonquin Parkway
  • 15th Street and West Oak Street
  • 3rd Street and Eastern Parkway
  • 8200 Johnson School Road
  • Fern Valley Road and Jefferson Boulevard
  • 1700 Gardiner Lane
  • 2300 block of Medford Lane
  • Shelbyville Road eastbound to Interstate 265 southbound
  • Cane Run Road and Kingswood Way
  • Chenoweth Run Road and Taylorsville Road
  • Monticello Avenue and Allen Avenue
  • Six Mile Lane and Glen Oak Drive
  • National Turnpike and Outer Loop

Please use caution on all roads and stay with WAVE 3 News, wave3.com and the WAVE 3 News and WAVE 3 Weather apps for the latest information.

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