Flooding in downtown Kent. REPORTER PHOTO

Flooding in downtown Kent. REPORTER PHOTO

Flooding closes streets, roads throughout Kent

  • Friday, December 20, 2019 11:06am
  • News

Severe rain has flooded several streets and roads, forcing closures, the city of Kent reported.

Drivers are advised to avoid these areas.

The latest advisory:

Road closures:

• S 190th St from 68th Ave S to the 6500 block NEW

• 66th Ave S from S 190th St to the 192nd block NEW

• Woodford Ave. N from E George St to E James St.

• East James St. from Central Ave N to Jason Ave N

• 76th Ave N from the 21000 block to the 21800 block

Water over roadway locations:

• 144th Ave SE and just south of SE 279th Pl

• 104th Ave SE and SE 264th St

• 79th Ave S between S 266th St and S 261st St.

• West James St. at Lincoln Ave

• Reith Rd and 38th Ave S

• 72nd Ave S and just south of S 212th S.

• 72nd Ave S and S 224th St

• 66th Ave S and S 191st Pl

• East Titus St. between Reiten Road and E Smith St.

For updates, visit DriveKent.com

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