Dearborn County underneath journey advisory for flooding

DEARBORN COUNTY, Ind. — Dearborn County has been placed below an “Orange” journey enjoy following hefty rains brought about flooding on highways and facet streets Saturday morning.

County officials stated an “Orange” travel enjoy signifies only critical journey is advisable, these as driving to and from work or in unexpected emergency predicaments. The advisory will past by means of Monday early morning.

Regions throughout the Tri-Condition have expert hefty flooding on roadways just after lingering showers from Friday night’s storms.

Law enforcement react as flooding shuts down an intersection in Aurora.

Aurora, Ind. Police

Flooding shuts down an intersection in Aurora.

Flooding on East I-74 in Dearborn County.

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WCPO Staff

Flooding on I-74 in Dearborn County, Indiana. Officers are asking motorists to use caution although streets proceed to flood throughout the Tri-Condition.

A driver’s view of flooding at Wesselman Street at Bridge Issue Go in Dent.

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Submitted

Wesselman Road floods at Bridge Position Pass in Dent.

Samantha Kaufman submitted this photo of higher water on West Fork Road in Livingston.

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Courtesy: Samantha Kaufman

West Fork Highway in Livingston