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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Roads Are Starting To Close In Wicomico County & Salisbury

Several roads are very close to being closed throughout the county. A portion of South Division Street is now closed. We were told Nanticoke Road is compromised in the same location as the last storm and may be closed soon. Portions of San Domingo are having major issues as well. 

As soon as each road is closed we will update you. I can tell you, (obviously) things are really bad throughout the county. More to come... 

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Joe the sad part about Nanticoke Rd is that despite being closed for over 2 months they never elevated the area of the road. There is a significant dip in the road where it crosses that body of water and it was only a matter of time before the same wash out happens again.

Anonymous said...

Watched a show on channel 112 that showed scientists put thousands of antennas in the arctic that heat the atmosphere to control the weather and wondering about the heavy rains the country is experiencing.

Anonymous said...

Where is S. Division closed at

Anonymous said...

Pemberton was also flooding in the same place that pot hole was last time Nanticoke failed too. Nanticoke was also flooding this morning right outside of Willow Creek.

Anonymous said...

It's called HAARP, 1:19. It's located in Alaska.

Anonymous said...

1:07 , it's a shame that the state has such a record of disaster jobs . they have no experience people left on the payroll. Many people standing around without leaders . Of course this is where we stand now under the obama administration. Give em a shovel to lean on and then give em 20 bucks an hour to show for nothing. Trump will change this crap in a heartbeat.

Anonymous said...

All weather systems are controlled to some degree.
The military now has pretty good control of it.
Unfortunately, these extreme events keep happening.

Anonymous said...

2:25 Trump won't change this ignorance of the area hiring these idiots. So much money spent on things that will just need to be fixed again. Blame the president if you want, but these things are messed up at a local level.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Al Gore.