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South Dakota authorities are advising no travel on Interstate 29 and other highways in the area south of Sioux Falls because of flash flooding Monday evening.

Heavy rain created flooding along Interstate 29 south of Sioux Falls and on some nearby highways.

Water is over the south bound lanes of I-29 between exits 59 and 62, and traffic was being flagged through temporarily.

Other areas where flash flooding or high water has caused difficulties are on the levitra generic online I-29 on-ramps at the Canton exit, S.D. Highway 11 in the area of 259th and 274th, U.S. Highway 18 at S.D. 115; and S.D. 11 and on I-29 near the Lennox and Harrisburg exits..

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THE WEEKEND STORMS TOOK A TOLL ON OLD HIGHWAY 141 IN WOODBURY COUNTY.

COUNTY ENGINEER MARK NAHRA SAYS THE ROAD WAS CLOSED DOWN BETWEEN COUNTY ROAD D-38 AND THE BRONSON BLACKTOP:


OC…THE EMBANKMENT. :17

THAT SECTION WAS RE-OPENED, BUT ANOTHER PART OF OLD 141 REMAINS SHUT DOWN EAST OF HOLLY SPRINGS:


OC……SIDE OF THE BRIDGE. :15

DETOURS ARE POSTED AND NAHRA SAYS THAT SECTION OF THE ROAD MAY BE CLOSED THROUGH TUESDAY.

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CITY EXPLAINS WARNING SIREN ACTIVATION PLAN

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Sioux City Fire Rescue and Woodbury County Emergency Services have four scenarios where our outdoor warning sirens will be activated. Assistant City Fire Chief Jim Clark says the first two [...]