Flooding closes multiple roads in Blair County, PennDOT reports

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BLAIR COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Multiple roads in Blair County are currently closed due to flooding as rain continues to fall in our central region from Hurricane Ida.

Route 22 in Blair County, running between Hollidaysburg and Duncansville is closed due to flooding. The road is closed between Forsht Drive and Patch Way Road, according to 511pa.

ALSO CLOSED:

-Route 22 from the intersection of Frankstown Road/Reservoir Road in Frankstown Township to the intersection of Route 453 Birmingham Pike in Morris Township, Huntingdon County.

-Route 4018 (Sabbath Rest Road/Lower Riggles Gap Road) from the intersection of Old Sixth Ave Road to the intersection of Grandview Road/Riggles Gap Road in Antis Township.

-Route 1011 (Turkey Valley Road/Quarry Road/Beaver Dam Road/Scotch Valley Road) from the intersection of William Penn Highway to the intersection of Turkey Valley Road in Frankstown Township.

-Route 1011 (Turkey Valley Road/Quarry Road/Beaver Dam Road/Scotch Valley Road) from the intersection of Koch Lane to the intersection of Middle Ridge Road in Frankstown Township.

-Route 2007 (Reservoir Road) from the intersection of Frankstown Road/William Penn Highway to the intersection of West Loop Road in Frankstown Township.

-Route 2020 (Royer Mountain Road/Locke Mountain Road) from the intersection of Sandbank Road to the intersection of Reservoir Road in Frankstown Township.

-Route 866 from the intersection of Short Cut Road in Woodbury Township to the intersection of First Street/High Street in Williamsburg Borough.

-Route 22 from the intersection of Patch Way Road in Blair Township to the intersection of Forsht Drive in Duncansville Borough.

-Route 1001 (Plank Road) north bound right lane from the intersection of Goods Lane/Orchard Ave. in Logan Township to the intersection of Union Ave./Frankstown Road in the City of Altoona.

-Route 2022 (Juniata Valley Road) from the intersection of Upper Reese Road to the intersection go William Penn Highway in Frankstown Township.


As schools close, and events are being postponed, the remnants of Ida are making their way through our Pennsylvania region Wednesday morning and through the afternoon.

Keep up to date with the latest forecast with Your Weather Authority by clicking here.

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