The North Carolina Department of Transportation is still advising motorists not to travel through southerneastern or south central parts of the state, including sections of I-95 and I-40 which are still flooded.
It is also unsafe for the public to get to and from Wilmington.
As the days pass since Florence struck the Carolinas, the DOT is working to open some sections, and is still keeping an eye on other areas still affected by flooding.
NCDOT released a statement on Thursday, Sept. 20 that lists the following counties as unsafe for motorists to travel in due to flooding. Those counties include:
Western Craven (west of US 17)
southern Johnston (south of 70)
southern Wayne (south of 70 Business)
NCDOT recommends some less likely flooded routes when traveling is essential, including the following.
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