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More roads reopen as Ohio River recedes

Several downtown Cincinnati parking garages are closed by flooding Monday morning. (FOX19 NOW Several downtown Cincinnati parking garages are closed by flooding Monday morning. (FOX19 NOW
A car is stuck in floodwaters on Carrel Street near Kellogg Avenue Friday. (FOX19 NOW/Matt Wood) A car is stuck in floodwaters on Carrel Street near Kellogg Avenue Friday. (FOX19 NOW/Matt Wood)
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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

More roads continue to open along and near the Ohio River after flooding closed several over the past week.

  • Kellogg Avenue within the city of Cincinnati limits
  • Sutton Road. Commuters can once again reach Interstate 275. Exit 72 off I-275 to Kellogg is open again, too.
  • Ohio 32 at Ohio 125, also called Beechmont Avenue, in Anderson Township
  • Wooster Pike between Beechmont Avenue and Red Bank Avenue
  • Mehring Way in downtown Cincinnati remains closed between Sixth Street and Freeman Avenue due to flood gates blocking the road, according to Cincinnati police.
  • Apple Hill detour is open
  • State Route 350 and the bridge is open in Dearborn County

The following roads remain closed:

  • State Route 56 in Aurora
  • State Route 56 near Patton Hollow Road in Switzerland County
  • Thornton Road in the Fernbank Park in Salyer Park is closed
  • Anderson Ferry from the railroad tracks to Ohio River
  • Bayou at Riverside
  • Brown Road at Baab Alley
  • Carr Street north of Mehring
  • Debolt Road at Center Street
  • Debolt Road at Clear Creek
  • Dooley By-Pass near Spring Grove Avenue
  • Eight Mile between Kellogg and I-275
  • Eight Mile and Old Kellogg Road
  • Fields Ertel Road from Ohio 42 to Village Woods Drive
  • Four Mile Road between I-275 and Kellogg
  • Idaho Street

Parking in downtown Cincinnati south of Third Street remains a challenge with some parking spots and parking garages still under water.

Parking remains unavailable at Longworth Hall and parking garages at The Banks.

Parking is open at Lot A at Third and Central, city officials said. So is the East Garage.

Central Riverfront Garage also is open to monthly parkers through the below entrances, according to Cincinnati police.

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