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Road closures for Jackson County

JACKSON COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -

Released by Monica Cooper, Jackson County Public Information Office:

Avoid areas already flooded, especially if the water is flowing fast. Do not attempt to cross flowing streams.
Road beds may be washed out under flood waters. NEVER drive through flooded roadways.
 
The following streets in Jackson County are CLOSED:
 
City of Ocean Springs
Front Beach
East Beach
Holcomb
Halstead
 
Gulf Park Estates
Octavia Street up to 1409
Center Street/Webb Landing
The ramp at Fort Bayou
 
City of Pascagoula
Magnolia St./Dupont St.
Canty St./Dupont St.
South Pascagoula Street @ the Harbor
Cedar Street @ the bridge
Martin Street @ the Yacht Club
Pascagoula River Road/Margie Moore
Beach Blvd @ the Point (Boat Launch area)
Ford St./Little St.
Parsley St.
11th Street
 
City of Moss Point
Bayou Heron @ Forts Lake
 
All pre-storm updates will be posted on the County's website for verification. If residents have question about any of the above information they can contact the Emergency Management Office at 228-769-3111.
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