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Nearby: Three State Highways Remain Closed Due to Flooding in Bucks County

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced Sunday that three state highways in Bucks County remain closed due to flood damage from this weekend’s storms.

Motorists are advised of the following closures:

During the closures, motorists will be directed to use Taylorsville Road, Route 532 (Washington Crossing Road), Wrightsville Road, Eagle Road, Stoopville Road, Lindenhurst Road and Route 332 (Yardley Newtown Road/Afton Avenue). Local access will be maintained up to the closures.

Upper Makefield officials held a press conference Sunday afternoon with Governo Josh Shapiro on hand about the flooding  and lives lost.

 

 

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Nearby: Three State Highways Remain Closed Due to Flooding in Bucks County

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced Sunday that three state highways in Bucks County remain closed due to flood damage from this weekend’s storms.

Motorists are advised of the following closures:

During the closures, motorists will be directed to use Taylorsville Road, Route 532 (Washington Crossing Road), Wrightsville Road, Eagle Road, Stoopville Road, Lindenhurst Road and Route 332 (Yardley Newtown Road/Afton Avenue). Local access will be maintained up to the closures.

Upper Makefield officials held a press conference Sunday afternoon with Governo Josh Shapiro on hand about the flooding  and lives lost.

 

 

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