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There are reports on Friday of roads closed throughout North Alabama due to flooding.
Drivers should use caution and watch for water on the roadways.
Do not ignore, move or drive through barricades at flooded roadways.
These roads are reportedly impacted:
- Marthaler Lane and Cassie Davis Street are still closed as crews with the County Road Department are pumping water off Cassie Davis Street.
- All roads are open except for County Road 714, which is closed for a search at Buck's Pocket State Park.
- Shook and Fletcher Road
- Elliot Road
- Old Nauvoo Road at Highway 24
- Cotton Gin Road
- Spring Creek Road at Underwood Road
- The county EMA director says they hope to have roads open as soon as floodwaters recede.
- Jackson County EMA says flooded roads have all receded overnight.
- McFarland Park is closed in Florence. Campers were evacuated due to flooding.
- The county emergency management agency says some areas have a bit of ice, mainly in rural areas on backroads. They urge people to drive slowly and leave earlier.
- Buddy Garrett Road is impassable and barricaded.
- Happy Hallow Rd near Highway 127 is still barricaded
- Chapman Hallow is still barricaded
- State Hwy 273 between mile markers 7-15
- Old Molino Rd.
- Cheatham Lane
- Ables Lane
- JD Suggs Road
- Norris Street
- Little Cove Road is closed between Old Cove Place and McMullen Road
- There is flooding on Hobbs Island Road
- Officials say the Paint Rock area may still be a problem, but water has receded in other areas.
- Decatur police say Finley Drive NW is closed at 4th Avenue NW and Railroad Street NW until the water recedes.
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