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Roads are closing along the Mississippi Gulf Coast

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Roads throughout the Mississippi Gulf Coast are closing due to flooding following the rains coming in associated with Tropical Storm Cindy.

Here’s a list of the road closures:


In HANCOCK COUNTY Emergency Management Director Bryan Adam confirmed the following street closures to News Mississippi, saying that not all streets are completely inundated but there is a risk with rising waters:

Everest on Westside of HWY 603 had 11 streets

Lagan Street on Eastside of HWY 603 had 37 streets
Central Avenue on Eastside of HWY 603 had 76 streets
Avenue B, Eastside of Hwy 603 had 21 streets
Chapman Road on Eastside of Hwy 603 had 30 streets.
Jordan River Drive had 17 streets
Avenue B, Westside of Hwy 603 had 19 streets
Road 556 on Westside of Hwy 603 had 9 streets
Pearlington had 12 streets
Kiln-Waveland Cut-Off had 10 streets
Central Avenue Westside of Hwy 603 had 1 street
Nile Street on Westside of Hwy 603 had 5
Whitney on Westside of Hwy 603 had 6 streets
Union off River Drive has 10 streets
Semeru off HWY 603 had 4 streets
Whitney Street off HWY 603 has 6 streets
Jordan River Drive has 16
Heron Bay Road had 29  street
Harbor Drive had 20 streets
Bayside Park had 25 streets
Cardinal off Harbor Drive had 11 streets
Jordan River Shores has 16 streets
Silver Creek Acres has 4 street
Texas Flatt Flat Road has 4 Streets


The City of Biloxi posted the following closures on Facebook Wednesday:

Desoto Street and Forrest Avenue,
Iroquois Street north of Thelma;
U.S. 90 westbound between Holley and Keller,
Fernwood Road and Debuys Road,
Lorraine Road in the area of Daffy’s and Orangutans,
Cedar Street and Third,
Cedar Lake Road at bridge,
Beach Boulevard at Iberville,
Holley Street at Esters Boulevard to Austin,
Irish Hill at St. Peter,
U.S. 90 east of Iberville Drive,
Shirene Lane

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