Update at 5:30 a.m., CDT, for McCracken County

PADUCAH, Ky. (May 29, 2024)  Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 1 Highway Crews have the following to report:

Carlisle County
KY 1820 is blocked by floodwaters at the 1-2mm – Signs posted
KY 1829 is blocked by floodwaters at the 5 to 6mm – Signs posted

Fulton County
KY 94 is open with Water Over Road signs posted at the 7 to 11mm in the Lower Bottom between KY 311 and KY 1099
KY 1282 is blocked by downed trees near the 6mm in the Wilson Hill area west of Brownsville – Heavy equipment has started removal of several large trees

Hickman County
KY 123 is blocked by floodwaters at the 14 to 16mm in the Hailwell area at the Obion Creek Bridge – Signs posted

Lyon County
U.S. 62 is open at the 0 to 6mm with crews working to remove storm debris from right-of-way between Lake City and Kuttawa

McCracken County
KY 1255/Bonds Rd is open at the 1 to 2mm immediately west of the KY 450/Oaks Rd intersection

Marshall County
KY 1463/Benton-Birmingham Rd is open at 0 to 2mm at Clarks River Bridge

Trigg County
KY 525 is closed from the 2.3 to 3mm between Tuggle Rd and KY 1253/Hardy Rd to allow storm debris to be cleared from the roadway and and right-of-way through Wednesday

Utility crews may be working along highways at additional locations around the region. 

Crews in many of the 12 District 1 counties will be out this week removing storm debris that was pushed off onto right-of-way during the initial effort to reopen highways.

County road crews will also be involved in similar activities.

Please use caution when you encounter these crews.

Updates as new info becomes available.