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High water leads to road closings

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Several roads around the area were closed Sunday due to high water.

Findlay

Defiance Avenue from Morey Avenue to Franklin Avenue.

South River Road between County Road 140 and Standford Parkway

South River Road between Stanford and Broad Avenue

900 block of Howard Street (rear or Wal-Mart west)

Bolton between Rector and Melrose

Anna to Lester block east

424 Rector to Bolton St.

N. Main St. south of Hancock County 99

Hancock County 236 between U.S. 224 and Ohio 12

East Main Cross St. at McManness Ave. — impassable

Entrance ramp to Ohio 15

Eastbound Ohio 15 closed

East Main Cross St. between South Blanchard and Osborne avenues

Swing from N. Main St. to N. Cory St.

Factory from Clinton Ct. to Center

Frazer at Fox to Broad

Liberty St. at Apple Alley to River St.

Hurd from Findlay Street to river

River St. at Broad to Liberty

Hancock County 236 at Ohio 568

Hancock County 236 at Heatherwood to Ohio 568

Blanchard St. from Sandusky to Clinton Court

E. Main Cross at East St. to Osborne Avenue bridge

Meeks from Main to Cory

Cory from Washington to W. High St. is now OPEN

East St. from Main Cross to E. Front St.

Findlay St. from Shinkle to Marshall

Marshall St. from Washington to Findlay St.

Front St. from Main to East St. is now OPEN

Clinton Court between Taylor and Clinton St.

Howard St. from Broad to Defiance

Clinton Court from Factory to Main

East Sandusky Street  from East Street to Osborn

Hemphill under the bridge

E. High from Blanchard to Wilson

Smith from Clinton to Cross

Dunn from Clinton to Cross

Cherry Lane from Clinton to Hemphill

Central from Clinton to Hemphill

Carnahan from Clinton to Hemphill

South Blanchard from Clinton Court to Second Street

East Main Cross from Bright to Chase

Graceland Avenue at Blanchard Avenue

Main Cross at S. Main Street

N. Main and Center

E. main Cross at MLK

N. Main and Clinton

Clinton at N. Blanchard

West Main Cross at S. Cory

Center, east of Tiffin

N. Blanchard from Clinton to E. Main Cross

Fishlock from Kensington to E. Sandusky

Clinton Court from Blanchard to Central

Jefferson Street south of Clinton

Clinton Street at Clinton Court

Western Avenue, northbound lanes at Findlay St.

Wood County

US 23 between SR 105 and Elmore Road is closed. Detour: SR 199; US 6.

SR 18 at Tarr Street near North Baltimore is now OPEN.

SR 18 at Milton Street near North Baltimore is now OPEN.

SR 105, between SR 199 and US 23 is now OPEN.

The ramp from Northbound I-75 to Cygnet Road is now OPEN.

SR 281 between Rudolph Road and Solether Road is closed. Motorists should seek alternate route.

Seneca County

US 224 between SR 100 and SR 67 is now OPEN.

SR 101, between CR 13 and TR 122 is now OPEN.

SR 12 between SR 635 and SR 590 is now OPEN.

 SR 635 between SR 18 and SR 12 is now OPEN.

Sandusky County

SR 19, just south of the Sandusky/Ottawa County line.  Seek alternate route.

SR 105 between US 23 and Woodville is closed.  Motorists should seek alternate route.

Ottawa County

SR 105, just west of SR 590 is closed due to flooding.  Motorists should seek alternate route.

You can also go to OHGO.com for the latest update on the flooding in northwest Ohio and across the state.

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