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UPDATE: Downed trees on roads across Channel 3 viewing area

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Photo of CPD blocking off W Road by WRCB reporter Taneisha Cordell. Photo of CPD blocking off W Road by WRCB reporter Taneisha Cordell.
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TN (WRCB) -

UPDATE: As of 4 A.M. Tuesday morning here are the roads still closed due to Monday night's severe weather:

Chattanooga:

  • James Avenue closed until EPB can get there
  • W Road 

Catoosa:

  • Clearview Drive due to tree down
  • Ringgold Road due to tree down
  • Traffic signal is down at Alabama Highway and Boyton Drive


The rain and winds brought down several trees on Signal Mountain's W Road Monday night, forcing crews to shut it down.

Crews working to remove the trees tell Channel 3, it's unclear how many trees are down on the road.

A 911 dispatcher says drivers are asked to use another route to get home.

It's unclear when W Road will reopen at this time.

Chattanooga Public Works reports trees are down on the following roads:

  • 400 Valleybrook Road
  • 7000 Igou Gap
  • 6100 Shallowford Road
  • 1000 Red Robin Road
  • 6000 Browntown Road
  • 7000 Hixson Pike
  • 1400 Suck Creek Road
  • 2000 Greenwood Road

The following information for each county came from 911 dispatch:

  • Catoosa County – No reports.
  • Dade County – Large number of trees down in the Sand Mountain and Davis areas. There are scattered reports of trees downs across the county as well.
  • Murray County – No reports. 
  • Walker County – Trees are down in various areas across the county. Officials urge everyone to stay off the roads tonight unless it’s an emergency. If you have an emergency, then please use EXTREME CAUTION.’
  • Whitfield County – No reports.

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