BOWLING GREEN (Monday, June 29, 2015) – The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District Two announces the following closures due to high water:
US 20A, between SR 66 and the Fulton/Williams County line is closed. Detour: SR 127; SR 34; SR 66.
SR 281, between SR 25 and Solether Road is closed.
US 23 just south of SR 105 is closed.
SR 109, between US 6 and SR 281 is now open.
SR 65, between the SR 110/SR 65 intersection and the Henry/Wood County line, is closed. Detour: southbound SR 65; US 6; SR 235.
SR 2, between Yondota Road and Teachout Road is closed.
US 20, between Crissey Road and Miller Road is closed.
SR 105, between Woodville and US 23 is closed.
SR 19, between Link Road and the Sandusky/Ottawa County line is closed.
SR 590 south of SR 2 is closed.
SR 105, between SR 51 and SR 590 is closed. Detour: SR 590; SR 163; SR 51.
For the latest information on high water go to OHGO.com
Additional state and federal routes are reporting areas of high water across northwest Ohio. ODOT reminds drivers not to drive through high water. Turn around, don’t drown.