TOWN OF ANNSVILLE — At least two roads were washed out in the Town of Annsville following the heavy rains Thursday evening and early Friday morning, according to town officials.
Town Highway Department officials alerted drivers this morning to washouts on Slater Road and Zuber Road, with large sections of blacktop washed away, leaving gaping holes in the roadways. Slater Road runs east and west between Coal Hill and Glenmore roads, northeast of Taberg. Zuber Road runs north of Taberg-Florence Road, northwest of the hamlet.
“Many other roads also have damage, not only to the pavement, but also the shoulders,” warned the Highway Department on their Facebook page this morning.
“Please use caution when traveling.”
Both roads have since been closed around the damage.
According to the National Weather Service, the Camden area in the northwest part of the county saw upward of four inches of rain in the storm as of 1 a.m. today. They said there is a small stream flood advisory for west central Oneida County, with some flooding around Fish Creek and Becks Grove.