Day 3 Update: Which roads are closed in areas hit by Hurricane Sally?

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(Courtesy: Geneva County Alabama Road and Bridge Department)

COFFE COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — With flooding and still a major concern for the western Wiregrass, several counties have published lists of roads that have become impassable.

Here is an active list for Friday. Let us know of any others at news@wdhn.com

Coffee County

  • Coffee County Road 332
  • Coffee County Road 723 at Sardis Creek approximately, 1/4 mile south of County Road 725
  • Coffee County Road 147 east of Pea River Bridge
  • Coffee County Road 107 at the bridge at Pea River
  • Coffee County Road 682 at Double Bridges Creek
  • Coffee County Road 205 approximately 1/2 mile East of AL Hwy 87
  • Coffee County Road 213 at Shoal Creek approximately 1 mile East of AL Hwy 87
  • Coffee County Road 474 at Pea River approximately 2 miles East of AL Hwy 189
  • Hwy 189 one lane near Kinston
  • Coffee County Road 365 is closed north of bridge

Geneva County

  • Sandy Creek Road bridge
  • Mitchell Road between John Tindle and County Road 16
  • Grant Road between Crossover Road and Case Road
  • Settlement Road bridge
  • Post Oak Road
  • Mt. Pleasant Road
  • White Oak Road bridge
  • Sardis Road Cross Drain out between Thorne Road and County Road
  • 4L Vaughn Road bridge
  • James Johnson Road bridge
  • Crockett Road
  • Coe Road
  • Trussel Road
  • B. Reeves Cross Drain East End
  • Spears Hill Rd. Flooded at bridge
  • Tillman Road
  • Dock Wilson Road – multiple sites
  • Yohn Road
  • Caldwell Road bridge
  • Line Road bridge
  • Iron Bridge Road
  • Cross Drain at Oak Leaf
  • Cotton Box Road between Grant Road and Kitty Ridge Road
  • Lewis Road — District 4

Holmes County

Per last update, all roads are closed, but we are waiting for an update today.

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