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The number of flooded rural roadways in Dubois County saw an increase Thursday afternoon with some additions and some subtractions to the list.

The flooded roadways and intersections are the result of heavy rains that fell on already saturated grounds and swollen creeks and rivers across the county late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning causing waterways to once again flood over.

The latest list of county roadways closed or blocked by high waters provided by the Dubois County Highway department includes:

County Road 875 West, South of County Road 150 North,

County Road 50 North, West of County Road 750 West,

County Road 800 West, North of County Road 300 South at the River Bottoms,

County Road 150 South, West of Old Huntingburg Road,

And Ell Creek Road, North of County Road 400 South all in Madison Township.

County Road 175 East, North of County Road 300 North in Marion Township.

County Road 600 North, East of Kellerville Road in Harbison Township.

The Dubois Road North East South of State Road 56 at Davis Creek in Columbia Township.

County Road 600 North, West of 200 West at Mill Creek in Boone Township.

County Road 300 North, West of County Road 175 East in Marion Township.

Old Huntingburg Road, North of County Road 400 South at the Patoka River in Bainbridge Township.

County Road 400 South, West of Ell Creek Road,

County Road 400 South, East of US 231 and County Road 130 West north of 400 South at Hunley Creek,

And First Street in Huntingburg, West of County Road 75 West at Bruner Creek in Patoka Township.

A total of 15 roadways and areas have now been blocked or closed due to high waters.

Motorists are asked to steer clear of these areas. Do NOT attempt to move or drive around any posted signs or barricades and do NOT attempt to drive through flood waters and along flooded roads.

After a day or two of dry weather, even more heavy rain is expected this coming weekend along with the potential of some severe weather.

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