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Tuesday February 9th, 2016 4:55AM

Rain related road closures in Hall, Forsyth counties

By Staff
UNDATED - A number of roads remain closed in Hall and Forsyth counties as a result of heavy rainfall throughout the day Sunday. The following is an updated list as of 5:00 p.m. Monday. Please note this list will be updated as needed.


Hall County:

-McEver between Radford Road and H.F. Reed

-Stephens Road at Pipsissewa Drive

-Cantrell Road at Victoria Drive

An e-mail advisory from the Hall County Sheriff's Office at 4:40 p.m. Monday reported McEver Road had re-opened, but Hall County Emergency Management Director David Kimbrell Monday evening said the road was still closed and would be for some time.


In Hall County, all detours are marked or officers are positioned at road closures.


Forsyth County:

-Parks Road at Keith's Bridge Road

-Sanders Road at Mable Lake Drive
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