Vehicles should never be driven through rushing water, less than two feet of moving water can carry most common sized vehicles away.

Vehicles should never be driven through rushing water, less than two feet of moving water can carry most common sized vehicles away.

CARROLL COUNTY, Mo. – Severe storms rumbled through the area Friday night and some heavy rainfall was reported along with a tornado that touched down in portions of Clinton and Caldwell Counties.

There are also some road closings due to water over the roadway. For a complete list visit the MoDOT website and click on the Traveler Information Map.

Carroll County:

  • Route E, closed at Turkey Creek between PP and D.

Clay County:

  • 69 Highway, northbound lanes closed between Rhodus Rd. and Cameron Rd.

Daviess County:

  • Route M, closed at Lick Fork Creek, 5.5 miles north of Breckenridge, Mo.

Lafayette County:

  • Route D, closed at FF/D merger, just to the west of Sni-A-Bar Creek.

Livingston County:

  • Route C, closed at the Shoal Creek location, about 4 miles south of Missouri 36 to Route DD in both directions.
  • Route D, closed at Shoal Creek, 7 miles south of US 36, just south of Ludlow, Mo.

Platte County:

  • Route E, both directions at the Platte River from the D/E Junction in Rigby, west to Route DD, west of Skinner Road.

Remember that less than 2′ of rushing water can carry most motor vehicles away. Never attempt to cross a water covered roadway. Turn around, don’t drown.