A State of Emergency was declared for both Salem and Cumberland counties Sunday night due to serious flooding.
Heavy rains caused possible structural problems on roadways and bridges throughout the western half of Cumberland County.
At least three bridges have been washed out and a number of cars have been reported abandoned in high water pouring across roadways, according to Public Works Director Donald Olbrich.
A flash flood is in effect until 6 a.m. Monday for Atlantic, Cumberland, Cape May and Ocean Counties.
Several homes were evacuated around Sunset Lake in Upper Deerfield and Bridgeton. There were also evacuations around Centerton Pond in Salem County where a dam has been compromised, according to state police.
The following roads are still closed Monday morning:
In Pittsgrove, Salem County:
Husted Station Road
In Cumberland County:
Stow Creek Township:
Rt. 49 between Jericho Road and Columbia Highway
Marlboro Road between West Avenue and Roadstown Road
Rt 540 Old Cohansey Road and Harmony Road
Columbia Highway between Holding and Minches Corner
Harmony Road between Columbia Highway and John Dare Road
Diament Road between Roadstown and Academy Roads
Barrett Run Road between Columbia Highway and Moore’s Corner
Beebe Run Road at Shoemaker and Silver Lake Roads
Upper Deerfield Township:
Parsonage Road in the area of Station 32
Parsonage Road between Foster and Old Deerfield Pike
Tice’s Road in the area of the “S” curve
Silver Lake Road
Rt. 77 and North Mill Road
The State of Emergency will remain in effect until Monday morning. All non-essential vehicles must stay off the roads.
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