Flooding closes some Oklahoma highways

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The following highways are closed due to high water or damage from recent flooding.

Drivers are cautioned to heed warning signs and to not drive around barricades.

Keep track of the latest traffic conditions with our live traffic map.

Carter County

SH-77S is closed one mile south of the US-70 junction (near the west entrance to Lake Murray State Park.)

Cherokee County
SH-80 is closed about 4 miles west of Hulbert between SH-51 and US-62.

Choctaw County — OPEN
US-70 is now OPEN near Unger between Boswell and Soper after flooding at Muddy Boggy Creek.

Cotton County
SH-5B is closed in Cotton County.

Johnston County
US-377/SH-99 is closed to through traffic just south of Tishomingo. Traffic is detoured on SH-1/SH-22 through Ravia and US-177/SH-199.

Kiowa County
SH-54 is closed to through traffic just north of SH-9 near Gotebo. Traffic is detoured using SH-19 to US-183 to SH-55. This closure is expected to last into next week.

LeFlore County
US-270 is closed just south of the junction with US-271 between Wister and Heavener due to flooding at Wister Lake. Signs are in place and traffic will be detoured to Poteau and Heavener.

Marshall County
SH-199 is closed about 5 miles west of the SH-78 junction, near Little City.

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