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Many roads flooded in Jones County

This is a list of known flooded roads in Jones County:

  • Pleasant Grove Road at Jessie ByRoad
  • Lower Ovett Road Township Road
  • Red Hill Florence Road
  • Bush Road Hwy 84
  • East westbound at Jeff ByRoad Road
  • Ovett Moselle Road on the Moselle side
  • Hwy 11 at East st in Ellisville
  • Robin Road Morning Dew Road
  • Orange drive Spillway Road
  • Paige Road off Phillips Road
  • Sharon Road at Reedy Creek Road is flooded.
  • Water is getting up to a mobile home The 400 block of Morris
  • Bankston Road is flooded Summerland Road at Tom Collins Road is Flooded but should be going down quickly
  • Lyon Ranch Road completely Impassible due to flooding
  • Old 15 at Monarch is starting to Flood
  • Walters loop is flooded
  • Hines Road near the Calhoun VFD
  • George boutwell at Gerald Phillips' chicken houses
  • Sandhill Township Road
  • Quit Graves Road near number 48
  • Ellisville Tucker's Crossing Road, just outside city limits of Ellisville
  • Will Young Road closed
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