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June 27, 2014 05:16 PM

Highways Near Centerville Open To Traffic; Hwy 34 Still Closed

Progress is being made to reopen roads across South Dakota that had to be closed due to flooding last week.

Repair work needed following recent flooding is finished on both Highway 19A south of Centerville and Highway 46 from the Centerville corner east towards Beresford.

The roads are open for traffic as of Friday afternoon.  Drivers are asked to slow down when traveling through the area still.

A two-and-a-half mile section of Highway 34 from Howes Corner east remains closed.  Crews are drawing down water from from Howes Lake and Buffalo Lake to assess erosion damage and finalize repair plans.  The amount of rain that falls in the area over the weekend could affect when the road reopens.  Officials plan to make a determination on the future status of the closure early next week.

Check out South Dakota Road Conditions online or by calling 511.

 

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