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Mitchell County still has road issues

The roads below have been closed as of 4:00pm, April 16, due to recent rain events. 

Mitchell Road at bridge close to Ash Road intersection; local traffic only, bridge out

Walton Road at Old Ga 3

Tomato Road at Hwy 93 about ¼ mile to the hill

MLK Road  about ¼ south of River Road on MLK, road is close to thru traffic, local traffic only

Lk Pleasant Ch Road from Zion Hill Road to Hwy 93

Sale City Road from Hwy 37 to Pebble City Rd

John Collins Road at the box culvert at the Pelham City limits sign, no through traffic

Sassafras Tea Road from Pinecliff Road to Pipeline Road

RedBird Lane EVACUATED

River Road From Hwy 311 to Pipeline Road               

Quail Crossing Road between Turnip Road and Hwy 65

Sullivan Road closed from Hwy 311 to Double Run Road                                       

Hinsonton Road from Zion Hill Road to Hwy 93, bridge out

Roswell Road from Hwy 311 to Red Hill Road

Bluebird Rd whole road

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