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Road closures in the Tennessee Valley, Monday, May 6th

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Rockslide on Mowbray Mountain posted Sunday.  Courtesy: Brandi McCollum Rockslide on Mowbray Mountain posted Sunday. Courtesy: Brandi McCollum

(WRCB) - Several roads are closed in the Tennessee Valley due to the heavy rains over the weekend.

Some of the roads are flooded, others have trees or wires down.

Hamilton County

  • 1800 Ashmore @ Mason Dr. - closed
  • Mowbray Pike - closed due to rock slide

Bledsoe County

  • All clear

Bradley County

  • All clear

Catoosa county

  • Mack Smith from N. Avenue to Steele - closed
  • Reeds Bridge at the Golf Course - closed
  • Old Mill Rd from Battlefield Pkwy to Boynton - closed
  • Wooten Rd at the bridge - closed
  • West Entrance to Heritage High School - closed

Chattooga County

  • Rocky Hollow Road - passable, but a lot water
  • West Elm Street - passable, but a lot of water

Dade County

  • Creek Rd at the Flight Park -closed
  • Mason Road - closed
  • Sells Lane - closed
  • Sulphur Springs Gap - closed

 Grundy County

  •  All clear

Marion County

  • All clear

McMinn County

  • All clear

Meigs County

  • All clear

Murray County

  • Several side roads

Polk County

  • Chestuee Road - closed
  • Frog Hollow Road - closed
  • Wooton Road - closed

Rhea County

  • All clear

Sequatchie County

  • All clear

Walker County

  • All clear

Whitfield County

  • All clear

 

 

 

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