Multiple roads closed in Steuben County after flash flooding
Steuben County, New York – Last evening Steuben County experienced significant Flash Flooding across portions of the county.
Public Works crews and First Responders have been working through the night addressing water and roadway issues.
Due to flooding, there are currently multiple roads that are closed in Steuben County, including:
• County Route 44 between Brown Hollow Rd. and Flashphaler Road in Town of Corning
• County Route 125 between Campbell-Savona High School and Wood Road Bridge in Town of Campbell
• Savona Campbell Road in Town of Campbell
Until late this evening, a Flood Warning is in effect for the Cohocton River near Campbell.
Minor flooding is occurring and forecasted to occur along the river. The river is expected to rise to a crest of 10.7 feet by midday and then fall below the flood stage late this afternoon. Low-lying areas along the river can expect to flood.
Those living in the area should monitor the water level and take action and evacuate if conditions warrant. The traveling public is reminded to use caution when traveling today as they may encounter water ponding along roadways throughout the county.