Flooding shuts down several roads - Tucson News Now

Flooding shuts down several roads

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Flooding at Sahuarita and Houghton roads (Source: Helen Edgcomb/"See it, Snap it, Send it") Flooding at Sahuarita and Houghton roads (Source: Helen Edgcomb/"See it, Snap it, Send it")
(Source: Helen Edgcomb/"See it, Snap it, Send it") (Source: Helen Edgcomb/"See it, Snap it, Send it")
Three Points damage (Source: Linda Purviance/"See it, Snap it, Send it") Three Points damage (Source: Linda Purviance/"See it, Snap it, Send it")

The Pima County Sheriff's Department warns motorists to drive safe as floods shut down many local roads on Monday afternoon.

PCSD officials report closures at the following locations:

Silverbell Road, between Avra Valley and Sasco roads

Ironwood Hill Drive, between Camino de Oeste and El Moraga Drive

PCSD asks drivers to be cautious around the following areas:

Wentworth Road, north to Andrada Road

Houghton Road, between Andrada Road and Sahuarita Road

Valencia Road, between Camino Verde to Viviana Avenue and from Vahalla Road to Mountain Eagle Drive

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