Water is rising on roads throughout the Tri-State, including the corner of Montgomery and Kenwood roads. (courtesy Robert Caddell)
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I-75, other roads reopened after flash floods, heavy rain

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CINCINNATI - UPDATE: 1:10 P.M.

Northbound I-75 near Mitchell Avenue, Clough Pike, and Ronald Regan Highway reopened after high water closed them Saturday morning.

UPDATE NOON

State Route 32 at Clough Pike Road opened to one lane of traffic after early morning flash flooding.

UPDATE 10:55 A.M.

Ohio Highway Patrol closed Northbound I-75 near Mitchell Avenue due to high water at approximately 10:50 a.m. No approximate time of reopening has been given.

ORIGINAL POST:

The Ohio State Highway Patrol advised drivers avoid State Route 32 at Clough Pike Road due to flooding Saturday morning at approximately 10 a.m.

Additionally, Ronald Regan Highway between eastbound Ronald Regan and Montgomery Road and TR-42 between Stewart Road and Maphet Avenue have been closed due to flooding.

The highway patrol stated it was not clear when the road would reopen.


 

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