Oklahoma road closures due to flooding

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

As of July 2nd 4:30 p.m. ….

Marshall Co. - Rooster Creek Bridge - Marshall County; House Creek Bridge - Powell Road Marshall County

Cherokee Co. - SH-80 –between Hulbert and Ft. Gibson near Wildwood
Recreation Area. Drivers are using SH-51 and SH-251A as detours.

Pittsburg Co. - SH-31, 5 miles west of McAlester. Traffic is being
detoured at Haywood;

SH-63 from Haileyville west to Bache Road;

SH-31 between the Indian Nation Turnpike and the SH-31/US 270 junction.

Grant Co. - US-81 – between Medford and Pond Creek.

Noble Co. - SH-15 – at Red Rock in northern Noble County.

Kay Co. - US-77 just south of Tonkawa;
-- US-177 north of Blackwell;
-- SH-156 north of Marland.

Comanche Co. - I-44 on and off-ramps at SH-7 West/Lee Blvd.

Craig Co. - SH-25 between US-59/SH-2 and Bluejacket.

Ottawa Co. - SH-125 south of Miami;

US-59E east of Welch

Nowata Co. - SH-28 east of US-169

Osage Co. - SH-10 at Coon Creek

Washington Co. - SH-123 between Bartlesville and Dewey

Motorists are advised to use extreme caution as they drive on Oklahoma
roadways. Though roads may remain open, motorists are encouraged to find alternate routes if the road appears flooded.

Amtrak Heartland Flyer Passengers: Due to changing weather conditions in Oklahoma and Texas, the Heartland Flyer may be unable to travel its scheduled route. If so, Amtrak will bus train passengers to each stop from Oklahoma City’s Santa Fe Station to Fort Worth, Texas.

The bus will depart from Oklahoma City at the Flyer’s regular time of 8:25 a.m. and return at its scheduled 9:39 p.m. arrival. To verify arrival and departures, schedules, check passenger status or for information prior to departure, call 1-800-USA-RAIL.

Editor’s Note: Due to unpredictable weather conditions, road closures are constantly changing. Highways may open and close as weather changes across the state. As we receive significant updates, we will issue new advisories.

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  • by KATHY Location: MADILL on Jul 3, 2007 at 01:46 AM
  • by JC Location: Denison on Jul 2, 2007 at 12:14 PM
    Not to be unsympathetic, but why would you contact channel 10 with this? Wouldnt 911 or or someone with a boat, helicopter 4WD be more usefull? Or have I misunderstood the situation
  • by andrea Location: cartwright on Jul 2, 2007 at 10:05 AM
    i need medical attention and the road is flooded on oakhills we have contacted channel 10 but nothing has happended
  • by Kathleen Jobe Location: Antlers Ok. on Jul 2, 2007 at 10:01 AM
    In One Creek Valley outside of Antlers flooding has reached the second floor of many homes.
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