Heavy rains flood Tri-State roads, many impassable

Wigwam Hollow Bridge in Macomb, Ill.

Flooding continues around the Tri-States.

The following roads are impassable due to flooding.

Pike and Scott Counties, Ill.

IDOT expects to re-open U.S. 54 at 10:00 a.m. today after being closed to traffic at the Champ Clark Bridge at Pike Station/Louisiana. Even though water is on the bridge structure, IL 100/106 remains open across the Illinois River at Florence, says Blake Roderick with Pike/Scott Co. Farm Bureaus.

Adams County, Ill.

US 94 south of Golden (viaduct is flooded).

Augusta Blacktop ( north of Boyles Corner).

North Bottom Road (north of Rocky Point).

McDonough County, Ill.

Wigwam Hollow Bridge and Burlington Road Bridge are now open.

Route 67 at 700N in McDonough County is closed. (Between Macomb and Industry at County Road 700 North.)

Route 136 at Route 67 (east junction of Macomb) closed due to flooding.

Route 9 closed at the Spoon River Bottoms between Bushnell and Canton.

Route 95 closed in Fulton County.

Route 136 at the Table Grove railroad overpass is closed.

Route 41 north of Avon is closed.

Highway 41, north of Bushnell is closed due to flooding.

U.S. Highway 336 at the McDonough and Hancock county lines.

IL. Route 116 at London Mills.

Illinois State Police District 14 Macomb - The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for all areas encompassed by District 14. These areas include Fulton, Hancock, Henderson, McDonough and Warren Counties.

Hancock County, Ill.

Water on roadways in Carthage has receded. Little debris left behind, but all city roads are passable.

Some county roads flooded, but no major reports of stranded motorists.

Adair County, Mo.

Route E closed four miles east of U.S. 63 at Bear Creek.

Clark County, Mo.

U.S. 61 at Alexandria at the Iowa State line.

Route D at Wyaconda River about two miles west of Missouri 81.

Route NN at Fox River about three miles west of Missouri 81.

Knox County, Mo.

State Route 11 south of Fabius River west of Baring.

Route K at Middle Fabius River west of Colony.

Route T at Troublesome Creek east of Edina.

Lewis County, Mo.

Route B flood gates in at north edge of Canton.

Route B south city limits of LaGrange at Mississippi River.

Route E at North Fabius River more than two miles west of Williamstown.

Lincoln County, Mo.

Route BB at Paris Bridge at Davis.

Route H at Cuivre River more than 4 miles north of State Route 47.

Route N at MO. 79 east of Winfield

Macon County, Mo.

MO 79 south of Hannibal near Continental Cement is reopened to traffic.

State Route 156 near Gifford at Chariton River.

Route J three miles west of U.S. 63.

Route J one mile east of State Route 129 at Mussel Fork.

Route PP more than three miles east of U.S. 63 at Middle Fork Salt River.

Marion County, Mo.

Bear Creek cleanup has been rescheduled to May 18. Volunteers are needed from 9 a.m. to noon and will meet at the parking lot next to the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center. Flooding has caused the 1819 Hannibal Stream Team to reschedule the cleanup. Gloves and supplies will be provided, along with snacks and water. A parent or guardian must accompany participants 11 and under. A parent and guardian must sign a waiver for anyone under 18. The 1819 Hannibal Stream Team was formed last year to help protect Hannibalâ??s many waterways. It was so named because Hannibal was founded in 1819. The Missouri Stream Team program was established almost 25 years ago by the Missouri Department of Conservation, the Department of Natural Resources and the Conservation Federation of Missouri.

The Missouri Department of Transportation closed Missouri Highway 79 south of Hannibal due to water over the road. The road is closed just south of the entrances to Sawyer's Creek and the Mark Twain Cave.

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State Route 151 one mile north of Route K at Middle Fork Salt River north of Madison.

Route A south of Lentner at Crooked Creek a half mile south of Route WW.

Route A. at Otter Creek east of Woodlawn.

Route C at Long Brang between Route M and the Audrain County line.

Route J at Otter Creek near Granville.

Route J at Middle Fork Salk River at Dunans Bridge about a half mile south of State Route 151.

Marion County, Mo.

The city of Hannibal experienced flash flooding early Thursday morning during the hours of 5 a.m. and 7 p.m.

John Hark, the county's emergency management director says Bear Creek is now back within its banks as well as other tributaries. City streets that were under water Thursday morning are now passable.

Some county roads remain under water.

Hark says the Mississippi is expected to crest at 26.5 feet.

Drivers are asked to use extreme caution and if possible to stay home.

Pike County, Mo.

State Route 79 south of U.S. 54 in the city of Louisiana is closed from South Carolina to Delaware streets.

Clarksville United Methodist Church at the corner of Second and Howard (Highway 79) in the heart of the flood-fighting effort is serving food Friday, April 19 to volunteers putting up sandbags and a rock wall to keep the river out of town.

Route P east of the levee at Mississippi River access.

Route 79 at Clarksville is clsoed due to water over the road. Traffic is being detoured over Routes D and H. Local traffic from the south may use Route H to Route W to enter Clarksville and from the north Route D to Route WW to Route W.

Schuyler County, Ill.

State Route 101 closed in Brooklyn, Ill.

State Route 103 closed near Ripley, Ill.

Henniger Road closed.

Schuyler County, Mo.

Route W at Chariton River just east of Putnam County line.

Shelby County, Mo.

State Route 151 at North Fork Salt River north of Clarence near Route K near Hagers Grove Route DD.

Route K near Black Creek more than one mile west of Shelbyville.

Route N at North Fork Salt River north of Lentner and three miles south of Route K.

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Illinois River bridge in Marseilles is closed. The U.S. 136 bridge in Havana, Ill. will close late this evening due to rising water.

Monday, April 22 at approximately 3 p.m., MoDOT closed Route N at MO 79 east of Winfield as a precautionary measure due to the rising level of the Mississippi River.

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