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Some roads reopen after flooding

May 21, 2014

Photo submitted by Dennis Heindl

CLEARFIELD – PennDOT reports that several roadways in the Elk County are closed at this hour due to flooding.

Motorists should not attempt to drive through standing water on roadways. Water may be deeper than it appears.


The following state routes in Elk County are closed due to flooding.
They are expected to re-open once waters recede later today.



• Route 219 in Ridgway between Osterhout Street and Route 948.


• Route 219 in Horton Township between Keystone Road and Mountain Church Road.


• Route 555 between Apple Road in Jay Township and Fred Road in Benezette Township.


• Route 1009 (Center Street) in Johnsonburg at the Route 219 intersection.


• Route 3002 (Loleta Road/Main Street/Laurel Mills Road) between Route 948 (Main Street) in Ridgway to Water Works Road in Ridgway Township.


Now open:

• Route 120 in the City of St. Marys between Benzinger Avenue and Jackson Road.

• Route 255 from Elm Road to Chestnut Avenue in Jay Township.

• Route 948 between Fairmont Road in Ridgway Township and Forestry Road in Jones Township.

• Route 2003 (Dagus Mine Road/Toby Road) between Skyline Road/South Kersey Road and Route 948 (Kersey Road) in Fox Township.

• Route 2007 (South Kersey Road/Irishtown Road/Old Kersey Road/Skyline Road) between Toby Road/Dagus Mine Road and Route 948 (Fairview Road) in Fox Township.

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