Downed Power Lines, Flooding Closes Roads In Area
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St. Louis (KMOX)– The Missouri Department of Transportation has updated road closures due to downed power lines and rising flood waters.
Route 61/67 Lindbergh Blvd remains closed from Natural Bridge Road to
Missouri Bottom Road due to a power outage.
All lanes of eastbound Route 370 will be open from 5:30 a.m. to 9
a.m. Monday, June 3 to accommodate Monday morning rush hour. The right lane will be closed again after 9 a.m. while emergency crews continue to work on the barge accident with the adjacent railroad bridge.
Route 94 is closed due to flooding in two locations. It is closed
between West Alton and Route 67 in northern St. Charles County. It is also closed between Augusta and Defiance in western St. Charles County.
Route 67 is closed due to flooding in Herculaneum. Most of the traffic signals on state owned roads in the St. Louis area are back in operation. However, motorists may still encounter some signals that are still without power. Motorists are advised to treat dark
signals as a stop sign.
Motorists are also advised to never drive into a road closed due to
flooding. To see all the flooded roads throughout the state, please visit MoDOT’s Traveler Information Map at http://www.modot.org/tim.