Number of flooded roads dropsJune 26, 2019
From Local Sources
High water has started to recede, with the number of flooded roads going from more than two dozen to 19 at last report.
Notable roads that have reopened include Old Road 64, East First Street in Huntingburg and Dubois Road Northeast.
The Dubois County Highway Department says the high-water roads still closed are:
• County Road 875W south of County Road 150N.
• County Road 50N west of County Road 750W.
• County Road 800W north of County Road 300S.
• Division Road east of County Road 600W.
• Stewart Road off of Division Road.
• County Road 620W at Dillon Creek.
• County Road 150S West of Old Huntingburg Road.
• Ell Creek Road north of County 400S.
• County Road 175E north of County Road 300N.
• Portersville Bridge Road north of the bridge in Daviess County.
• Portersville Road West east of County Road 500W.
• County Road 600N east of Kellerville Road.
• County Road 700N east of Portersville Road.
• County Road 600N west of County Road 200W.
• County Road 300N west of County Road 175E.
• County Road 190N north of Meridian Road.
• Harts Gravel Road at the intersection of Kings Ridge Road.
• Old Huntingburg Road north of County Road 400S.
• County Road 400S west of Ell Creek Road.
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