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Flooding closes roads, causes treacherous conditions

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Heavy rain overnight left many roads in Kentuckiana treacherous.

Four to five inches fell across southern Indiana leading to flash flooding. More rain through the morning will aggravate the flooding.

Conditions should improve by late morning into the afternoon.

Use caution when traveling.


Sellersburg, Indiana

  • Old IN. 403 at 31 (N. Indiana ave)
  • S. Indiana Avenue (Hwy 31) at Hwy 311 (Sellersburg)
  • S. Indiana Avenue (Hwy 31) at Circle K (Popp Avenue)

Charlestown, Indiana

  • 7200 Bethany Road at High Jackson Road
  • 6100 Salem Noble Rd South of Caleigh Drive

Floyds Knobs, Indiana

  • 3800 block of Bethel Road may have debris
  • Part of the road at the 4300 block of Bethel has been comprised by water washing away the edge of the road.


Floyd Knobs, Indiana

  • Brush College Road
  • St. Marys Road
  • Scottsville Road (Lafayette Pkwy)

Police in Clark Country are working numerous water rescues as of 5:30 a.m.

Lafayette worked with the Greenville Twp Fire Department on reports of one person trapped in the 5800 block of Navilleton Rd. The individual was rescued from on top of a vehicle.

In Greenville, vehicles were submerged in the 8500 block of Pete Reisert Rd and John Pectol Road at Old Vincennes Road. All passengers are safe but the roads are impassable at this time.

You can find the latest warnings, watches and advisories under the Weather tab on wave3.com.

We will bring you updates as we receive them.

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