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Washed Out Culvert Closes Road in Northern St. Louis Co.

Updated: 06/01/2014 6:29 PM
Created: 06/01/2014 5:09 PM WDIO.com

A culvert washed out due to rain on Sunday, closing a road in northern St. Louis County.

The St. Louis County Public Works Department said that a culvert on County State Aid Highway 24, about 4 miles south of Buyck, washed out due to rain. The road was closed on Sunday.

St. Louis County officials said they are waiting for materials to make repairs, and crews will begin work on Monday. They expect the road to reopen by midday on Monday.

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