Photos: Flooding, Rising Water Continues in Loudoun
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The Virginia State Police are on scene at several locations across Loudoun County, where flooding and overflowing creeks continue to close roads Tuesday.
On Tuesday morning, the agency detailed its efforts throughout the storm in a post on its Facebook page.
"Statewide between 12:01 a.m. Sunday (Oct. 28, 2012) and 10 a.m. Tuesday (Oct. 30, 2012), Virginia troopers responded to 583 traffic crashes and 690 disabled vehicles," the post read.
In Division VII, which includes Loudoun, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William Counties, officers responded to 82 traffic crashes, 125 disabled vehicles and 1,0001 calls for service.
An officer on duty in Loudoun County took several pictures of flooded roads Tuesday morning, according to an email from VSP spokeswoman Corinne Geller, at the following locations:
- Oatlands Road @ Route 15 James Monroe Highway
- Goose Creek under Route 15
- Route 15 James Monroe Highway (Goose Creek flooding over Rt 15, just south of Lime Kiln Road)
- Route 50 at Lenah Road
To see the photos, click through the media player above.
For more on road closures, check our updated list here.