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Flooding concerns cause several roadways to close in metro Louisville, southern Indiana

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - As water levels continue to rise along the Ohio River, officials have closed several roadways across metro Louisville and in southern Indiana in light of potential issues with flooding.

According to MetroSafe, the following roadways have been shut down:

- Northbound 3rd Street at Main Street
  
- River Road between 3rd Street & 2nd Street

- West River Road from Bingham Way to North 3rd Street

- Mellwood Avenue from Brownsboro Road to Edith Road (this now closes Mellwood Avenue from Brownsboro Road to Zorn Avenue)

- River Road from Wolf Pen Branch to Lime Kiln Lane

- Alta Vista & Beargrass Creek

- Edith Road between River Road and Mellwood Avenue

- River Road from Edith Road to Blankenbaker Road

Additionally, Mockingbird Valley Road has been extended for closure from River Road (total closure) to Brownsboro Road. At Brownsboro Road, the roadway is open for local access only.

Officials with the Harrison County Sheriff's Office told WDRB that Highway 111 in southern Indiana is closed between the 2500 and 3300 blocks. Authorities in Harrison County, Ind. have also advised that Horseshoe Southern Indiana remains closed. 

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