Flash flooding reported in Thomasville, vehicles stuck on roadways
THOMASVILLE, Ga. (WALB) - Flash flooding has been reported in parts of Thomasville and has caused issues for motorists.
According to reports from residents and agencies such as the Thomasville Police Department, several vehicles have been trapped by flood waters on Thomasville roads.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for Thomas County that ended at 5:15 p.m.
Police have listed the following areas as being affected by flooding:
- S Broad/Hansell
- N Spair/E Monroe
- Remington/W Jackson
- Smith Ave at Granddaddy’s BBQ
- N Spair St/E Monroe
- Smith Ave/Kern St (Farmer’s Market Entrance area)
- Neel St btwn MLK and W Jackson
- U.S. 19 S by Walgreens
Thomas County dispatch said no injuries have been reported.
It is advised to never drive through standing water and to turn around and find an alternate route.
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