27 June 2012
Chipley – The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is providing an update on road and bridge closures and restrictions in Northwest Florida due to Tropical Storm Debby. All rail, airport, transit and seaport facilities are functioning as normal.
- The St. George Island Bridge/State Road (S.R.) 300 is open from Eastpoint to St. George Island. An 8 p.m. curfew is in effect.
- County Road (C.R.) 67 is closed at the Pine Log Creek (Crooked River) Bridge due to flooding.
- Lake Morality Road from C.R. 67 to U.S. 98 is closed.
- C.R. 67 from S.R. 30/U.S. 98 to Wakulla/Liberty County line.
- C.R. 67 from S.R. 65 in Telogia to the Liberty/Wakulla County line is closed due to water on the roadway.
- Amherst Street at Amartta Drive is restricted due to water on the roadway.
- Rhodes Cemetery Road closed.
- St. Joe Road at C.R. 2197/Williams Road is restricted due to water on the roadway.
- S.R. 61 at Wild Cherry Drive closed.
- S.R. 363 at Robinson Road is restricted due to water on the roadway.
- 10865 Tram Road/C.R. 259 is restricted due to water on the roadway.
- Hickory Lane at S.R. 363 restricted due to water on the roadway.
- J.B. Clark-- Apalachicola Natural Forrest is restricted.
- C.R. 375/Smith Creek Road is closed at Syfrett Creek Bridge due to water on the roadway.
- U.S. 319 from Sopchoppy to Medart closed due to water on the roadway.
- Summer Brooke Lane closed.
- S.R. 30/U.S. 98 at C.R. 375 in Panacea is restricted due to water on the roadway.
- Southbound S.R. 377 at U.S. 319/S.R. 375/Sopchoppy Highway is restricted due to water on the roadway.
- S.R. 30/U.S. 98 from Wakulla River to Shell Point is restricted due to water on the roadway.
- Levy Bay Road from intersection to hotel is closed.
- Harms Road at intersection of S.R. 377 is closed.
- MLK Road/Lower Bridge Road from the intersection of Triplet Road to Tiger Hammock Road is closed.
- C.R. 372/Surf Road at Buckhorn Creek Bridge is closed.
- C.R. 22 over Sopchoppy River is closed.
Motorists are reminded to be watchful of other drivers and road conditions and to be on the lookout for flooded roads. If the road ahead is flooded, turn around and find an alternate route. Flooded roads may hide the fact that the roadway is washed out underneath and as little as six inches of rushing water can force your car off the road.
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