Roads already flooded in southeastern Kentucky
MIDDLESBORO, Ky. (WTVQ) – There are already reports of roads under water in southeastern Kentucky after two days of persistent rain, with a lot more to come in the forecast.
A mudslide was reported on Highway 92 in Bell County, according to officials.
Water was reported over roads in the county on Meldrum, Dorton Branch, Highway 190 at the connector to KY 1491, near Wasioto Golf Course, Highway 2011 in Stoney Fork, Page Cutoff, Highway 119 near the First State Bank Branch and on Wiser Branch in Arjay.
In McCreary County, several roads were reported flooded along Osborn Creek and the Strunk vicinity. County officials say Granny Holt Knob is also flooded. High water signs are in place, according to county officials.