Tri-State road closures due to high water
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Police are reporting several road closures throughout the Tri-State due to high water.
Several local schools have also closed Friday, May 20, due to power outages.
Belmont Street and Hawthorne Avenue in the Fairfax/Mariemont area are shut down. Several power lines are down and poles are split due to a fallen tree.
Goshen Police have also reported a fallen tree on top of a vehicle, according to a tweet from Clermont County Engineer’s Office. SR 132 between Cedarville and Woodville is currently shut down. Police say the driver of the vehicle is okay.
This list is being updated as information becomes available.
Cincinnati: SB I-71 ramp to EB I-275.
Cincinnati: Fort Washington Way to 6th Street.
Mt. Washington: Mears Avenue (fallen tree).
Mariemont/Fairfax: Belmont Street and Hawthorne Avenue (fallen tree, power lines down).
Anderson: EB Beechmont Avenue (SR 125) between Five Mile Road and Forest Road (water main break). WB Beechmont Avenue (SR 125) left turn lane closed, thru lanes open.
Miami Township: Branch Hill Miamiville Road near Decade Lane (due to a water main break).
Goshen: SR 132 between Cedarville and Woodville (fallen tree).
Pierce Township: East Concord Road EB/WB between SR 132 and Norman Lane (due to storm damage).
Hamilton Township: Stubbs Mills Road between U.S. Route 22 and Mason Morrow Millgrove Road.
Hamilton Township: State Route 48 between Harrison Road and Stapleford Manor.
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