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Roads in Wood, Portage, Clark and Marathon County Still Closed

   The rain may have let up, but the area is still dealing with flooding.  Authorities in Wood, Portage, Clark and Marathon Counties say many roads are still closed this morning.

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Cruse Road was closed following the floods last year. In addition to minor erosion repairs, there were another 21 road closings because of damaged culverts, the drainage infrastructure that carries stormwater underneath the road.

The rain may have let up, but the area is still dealing with flooding. Authorities in Wood, Portage and Marathon Counties say many roads are still closed this morning.

Marathon County sheriff's deputies say roads that were closed yesterday because of floodding will stay that way until at least Friday. That's when highway department workers will check them over and determine whether they are safe to open up again.

Wood County authorities say many roads are still closed as well. Here's a link to the list. Wood County Emergency Management

And Portage County officials say a number of roads there are still closed as well.

Here's their list they sent to us overnight:

TOWNSHIP OF CARSON:

CTH O BETWEEN HY 10 AND TOWN HALL RD
CTH S BETWEEN HY 10 AND CTH M
NORTH ELM RD
BRANDL RD FROM HY34 TO 5TH AVE
ART’S LN
CARL’S LN
COUNTY LINE RD FROM HY 34 TO 5TH AVE
FRED’S LN

TOWNSHIP OF EAU PLEINE:

CTH H BETWEEN CTH O AND CTH N
INTERSECTION OF MAPLE RD AND RIVER RD
RIDGE RD BETWEEN JOHNSON RD AND CTH E

TOWNSHIP OF LINWOOD:

CTH II BETWEEN HY66 AND CTH PP
MARSH RD
LINWOOD DR – OPEN-BUT PROCEED WITH CAUTION
GUMZ RD
OLE RIVER RD
CTH II BETWEEN CTH C AND CTH PP


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