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ODOT Updates On Latest OK Highway Closures Due To Flooding

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Recent storms brought a record amount of rain to Oklahoma. As of Thursday afternoon, many highways are closed due to high water or damage from recent flooding.

Authorities urge drivers to not to drive into high water and to turn around if possible. Drivers are cautioned to heed warning signs and to not drive around barricades.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) released the following highway closure update as of 2 p.m., 

Cherokee County

SH-80 is closed approximately four miles west of Hulbert between SH-51 and US-62.

Choctaw County

US-70 is closed at the Muddy Boggy River between Soper and Boswell.

SH-109 is closed from the US-271/SH-109 junction west 5 miles

SH-109 is closed three miles south of the US-70 junction and six miles east of US-271

US-271 is one lane in each direction just north of the Red River bridge, crews are flagging traffic

Cotton County

SH-5B is closed at West Cache Creek, between US-70 and SH-5A

Grant County

SH-11 is closed between US-81 in Medford and SH-132

Jefferson County

SH-32 is closed near Ryan; traffic is detoured on US-81 or SH-89 to US-70.

Johnston County

US-377/SH-99 is closed to through traffic just south of Tishomingo. Traffic is detoured on SH-1/SH-22 through Ravia and US-177/SH-199.

SH-22 is closed to through traffic between SH-78 and Nida

Kingfisher County

SH-33 is closed approximately three miles west of the SH-74F junction near Cashion

Kiowa County

SH-54 is closed to through traffic just south of SH-9 near Gotebo. Traffic is detoured using SH-19 to US-183 to SH-55. This closure is expected to last into next week.

Latimer County

SH-2 is closed south Yanush. Detour is US-271 from the Clayton Y north through Tuskahoma and Albion.

Leflore County

US-270 is closed between Wister and Heavener and US-271 at Wister. Signs are in place and traffic will be detoured to Poteau and Heavener.

SH-1 is closed between US-271 and US-259

Marshall County

US-70 Roosevelt bridge over Lake Texoma is closed

SH-32 near Lebanon is closed

SH-199 is closed at the Ft. Washita bridge approximately five miles west of SH-48

McClain County

SH-133 is closed between SH-19 and SH-59. Traffic is detoured on US-177

McCurtain County

SH-259A is closed in Beaver's Bend State Park

SH-87 is closed from the Arkansas state line west to US-259

US-259 at the Red River is closed on the Texas side. Drivers are strongly encouraged to find an alternate route traveling into Texas.

Okfuskee County

SH-48 is closed south of I-40

Ottawa County

SH-125 is closed at River View Park at the Neosho River near Miami

Pittsburg County

SH-63 east of Krebs near Bache east to Haileyville

SH-13 between US-69B and Canadian is closed

Pottawatomie County

SH-102 is closed between SH-9 and SH-59B

Pushmataha County

US-271 is closed south of Clayton

SH-3 is closed between Antlers and Rattan Landing

SH-43 is closed at Sardis Dam

Tulsa County

SH-11 is closed just north of the SH-20 junction. Traffic detoured to use SH-20, US-75, US-60 and SH-123/SH-11 through Washington Co.

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