Roads Closed Due To Heavy Rain And Flooding

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Several roads across both Arkansas and Oklahoma remain closed Monday morning due to heavy rains across the area:

Benton County

Both lanes of Sugar Creek Road remain closed after a large tree fell overnight; it’s unclear at this time when crews with the road department will be out to get that tree removed.

 

Washington County

Stone Bridge is flooded and impassable

Mount Olive Road, just east of Elkins, is flooded and impassable

Billings is flooded and impassable

Dye Creek Road in West Fork is flooded and impassable

Sprinston Ford is flooded but is passable

Goose Creek Road is flooded but is passable

Ball Street in Johnson is flooded and impassable

The intersection of Highways 59 and 62 is flooded but passable

Kinver Road is flooded and impassable

 

Sebastian County

Harding Street in Lavaca, which is near City Hall, remains closed due to water covering the roadway

Highway 255 at Hickman Bluff Road is closed and impassable

Highway 252 at Onion Creek is closed and impassable

 

Crawford County

Sharp Chapel Road in the Alma Bottoms is closed due to flooding

Gun Club Road is flooded and remains closed

Hollis Lake is closed due to flooding

Orrick Road in Van Buren is closed due to flooding

The low-water bridge on Pevehouse Road in Van Buren is closed due to flooding

Highway 282 at the Grotto Hole remains closed due to flooding

 

Franklin County

Highway 23, north of Cass, remains closed due to a landslide in that area

 

Johnson County

No road closures in effect Monday morning

 

Logan County

No road closures in effect Monday morning

Polk County

Highway 71 is down to one lane

Sequoyah County

A section of Indian Road, off of Highway 10A, is closed due to flooding

 

LeFlore County

Highway 270, just south of Highway 271, is closed due to flooding

Highway 82, west of Talihina, is closed due to flooding