Flash Flooding affecting many Jones County roads

Flash Flooding affecting many Jones County roads

JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) - Jones County officials are reporting many roads that are either impassible, experiencing standing water, or are waiting to be assessed.

Here is a list of roads in Jones County affected by the heavy rain this week:

  • Moselle Seminary Rd, Crosby Rd between Riles Rd and Hwy 590,
  • 300 block of Louie Bullock Rd across bridge
  • Monroe Rd at Mt Zion Rd.
  • Creel Rd. and Sandford Rd.
  • Guthrie Carter Rd. Pittman Rd.
  • 100 block Jenkins Rd, Rainey Rd at Sanford.
  • Hill Street near the fast stop in Ellisville as well as Duvall St in Ellisville
  • Impassible bridge on Mclemore Road in Southwest Jones County
  • A culvert has caved in on Reils Road
  • 400 Block of Guthrie Carter Road

Jones County EOC is also reporting numerous roads flooded with water approaching some homes in the Moselle area.

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