A washout about four-feet deep on Selph Landing Road has compromised the eastbound lane about two miles west of Glade North Road in Franklin County. The Franklin County Commission declared a state of emergency Monday after rapidly melting snow and ice weakened pavement on dozens of rural roads. Preliminary estimates have the damage at more than $2 million.
A washout about four-feet deep on Selph Landing Road has compromised the eastbound lane about two miles west of Glade North Road in Franklin County. The Franklin County Commission declared a state of emergency Monday after rapidly melting snow and ice weakened pavement on dozens of rural roads. Preliminary estimates have the damage at more than $2 million. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A washout about four-feet deep on Selph Landing Road has compromised the eastbound lane about two miles west of Glade North Road in Franklin County. The Franklin County Commission declared a state of emergency Monday after rapidly melting snow and ice weakened pavement on dozens of rural roads. Preliminary estimates have the damage at more than $2 million. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

UPDATE: Growers concerned with road conditions as Franklin County declares emergency, damage hits $2M

February 20, 2017 10:51 AM

UPDATED February 21, 2017 06:32 AM

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