Torrential rainfall caused disastrous flooding in the Druid City and Northport Saturday night, and many road remain closed as a result.

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Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Traffic Reporter 'Captain' Ray Allen says the following roads remain closed:

  • Old Fayette Rd between Brady Montgomery Rd & Traweek Rd
  • Hobson Cut off
  • Holly Springs Rd
  • Sharped Lake Rd
  • Commerce Rd
  • Johnson Rd
  • Brownin Rd
  • South Sandy Rd
  • Summer Lane off Union Chapel
  • Commercial Drive off 69S

The Tuscaloosa County Emergency Management Agency says it will send teams out to survey roads after 1 p.m. this (Sunday) afternoon.

Those who need to report storm damage are asked to call (205) 349-0150 between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. today (Sunday, June 20).

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