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      Storm Updates (6/28/11)

      9th and Kentucky in Quincy

      Updated: June 28 at 8:15 a.m.

      The following roads in Northeast Missouri remain closed due to flooding or storm damage: (New/Updated information on OPENINGS AND CLOSURES in bold type).Clark CountyRoute P - Closed water over road just west of Gregory Landing, flooding from Mississippi River.Route D - Closed water over road at Wyaconda River approximately 2 miles west of Route 81.Route F - Closed water over road just east of Gregory Landing, flooding from Mississippi River.Route K - Closed at Little Fox River north of Luray just north of Route N junction.

      Knox CountyMO Route 11 - Closed north at South Fabius River west of Baring approximately 1.5 miles west of MO Route 15.Route F - OPEN at Little Fabius River just east of Route A north of Novelty.Lewis CountyRoute B - Closed north of Canton, flood gates installed at levee.Route E - Closed at North Fabius River almost 2.5 miles west of Williamstown.Lincoln Co.Route P - Closed due to flooding east of levee in Mississippi river bottoms, east of Elsberry into Pike Co.Scotland CountyRoute H - OPEN at North Wyaconda River 3 miles from Route 15 junction.Shelby CountyRoute N - Closed at North Fork Salt River located 3 miles south of Route K just north of Lentner.Route 151 - OPEN at Black Creek just north of Leonard.Motorists are advised to check out the online Traveler Information Map at or call MoDOT's toll-free customer service center, 1-888-ASK-MoDOT (275-6636) to find out the most current information.

      Update 6/28/11 7:06am

      48 hour boil order in effect for Mendon

      All day camps at Quincy YMCA are cancelled today because the Y has no power

      Blessing Physicians Services clinics are closed until noon today. If the closure needs to be extended notifications will be sent out through the media.

      Quncy University north campus is still without power. No classes or activities there.

      Update 6/27 7:30 amQuincy- 36th and Harrison Street car buried under tree Lots of damage at Spring Lake Downed power lines at 19th and Van Buren Damage reported at both Madison and Washington parks

      Lewis County

      Residents are advised to stay indoors. We have reports of structural damage in LaBelle

      Marion County

      Reports of trees down on Highway A and Highway M

      Ralls County

      Reports of trees down on Highway A at Salt River Bridge and Highway 19, Power lines down South of Center and trees and power lines down in Center.

      Pike Mo.

      2 trees down on Highway 79, 4 trees down on NN, 1 tree down on Highway D on Maine, wires down by Cozy C on 54, trees down on Route E, wires down on Maine Street in Bowling Green, tree down on Highway 79 from Bowling Green headed to Hannibal, power line down on 79 by Pike County road 911, Trees down on 161 by county road 402, wire down by 312 water street in Bowling Green, tree down by Business 61 by Airport Road, tree down by Vera Mo. at Highway 54 between Bowling Green and Louisianna.

      Pike Illinois

      Trees down across the county and widespread power outages

      Cass County

      Some power outages in Beardstown, limbs down south of Beardstown

      Hancock County

      Machine Shed down along 336, New Warsaw Road closed because of new mudslide,trees down and power outage in Warsaw, Hamilton, Bowen, Plymouth, LaHarpe and El-Veston

      McDonough County

      Trees and powerlines down, widespread power outages reported across the county including Colchester, Blandisville and Good Hope


      Transformer struck by lightning on lower Alsey Road and Edwards lane.

      State Police Illinois

      I-Dot crews are out across the area clearing roadways. We do have reports of trees down on Elington Road at North 60th and Ellington and Einhaus Lane at West US 24

      Canton Mo.

      Unconfirmed reports that power will be out in Canton for at least 24 powers

      Check for updates on current restoration efforts in western and central Illinois. EOC is activated. Crews are responding.

      Power out?If your electricity is out, please call us immediately. Our crews are ready to respond quickly to restore your power.

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