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UPDATE: Flooded Roads as of 4 PM Wednesday in Fairfax County

If you see a flooded road in your community, add it to the Comments box below.

UPDATE: Flooded Roads as of 4 PM Wednesday in Fairfax County

As of 4 p.m. Wednesday, the following roads are closed due to flooding, according to Fairfax County Police:

Sully Police District:
>Compton Road Near Richard Simpson Lane
>Westfields at Mariah Court
>6400 to 6500 block of Newman Road
>Fairfax Station Road between Moonpatterns Trail and Innisvale Dr.
>6500 block or Bull Run Post Office Road
>Blue Spring Drive at Pleasant Valley Road on Fairfax County side. Loudoun blocking their side
>Clifton Creek Road at Main Street
>Old Lee Road at Braddock Road
>Chapel Road at Sangsters
>N/B Pleasant Valley Rd at Jillians Forest Way
>Braddock Road at Chandley Farm Circle

Mt. Vernon Police District:
>5300 to 5400 block of Old Mill Rd

McLean Police District:
>Old Courthouse at Besley Rd
>Swinks Mill Road near Rt. 193

Mason Police District:
>Woodburn Road at Spicewood Drive

Reston Police District:
>Hunter Mill Road between Hunter Station and Cedar Pond
>11200 block of Beach Mill Road
>Browns Mill Road at Rosewood Hill Drive
>Springvale Road just north or Rt. 7
>Leigh Mill Road at Kelso Rd
>Walker Road at Walker Glenn

West Springfield District:
>Burke Road near Heritage Square Drive
>Burke Lake Road between Missionary Lane and Jeremiah Court

Fair Oaks Police District:
>Fox Mill Road closed at 2835 Fox Mill Road
>Lawyers Road east of Hunter Mill Road
>Waples Mill Road at Bronzedale Drive
>Stone Heather Drive between Ladybank Lane and Stone Heather Ct.
>Miller Road at Westhurst Lane

Please follow police direction. Do not attempt to cross a road overrun with water.


(If you see a flooded roadway in your community not listed here, please add it in the Comments box or send an email to: MaryAnn.Barton@Patch.com.)


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