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Friday Night’s Flooding Closes Several Local Roadways; New Bethlehem Resident Displaced

Saturday, July 20, 2019 @ 10:07 AM

Posted by Joanne Bauer

67478197_382882579085846_3933819666631229440_nCLARION CO., Pa. (EYT) – Friday night’s flooding has closed several local roadways.

(Photo by Blane Gold)

UPDATE – 12:01 p.m.: Broad Street, Route 28, Route 66 and Route 861 have reopened in the New Bethlehem area.)

A representative of Clarion County 9-1-1 around 10:00 a.m. reported the following roads are closed:

– Olean Trail to South Reidsburg in Porter Township;

– Curllsville Road where it intersects with Route 861 due to a bridge being out. That area is completely impassible;

– Oak Grove Road, in Elk Township, just off Bus Mong Road. The road is closed and blocked off for the remainder of the weekend; and

– Redbank Township area: Town Run Road, Middle Run Road, and Brookville Street in Hawthorn Borough are currently closed.

According to Clarion County 9-1-1, there are a few Redbank Township residents who are displaced, and the Red Cross has been notified.

The center also received a few calls this morning in response to Friday night’s storm with flooded basements and trees down in the New Bethlehem area.

No injuries were reported.


Flooding Results in Multiple Water Rescues in New Bethlehem

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