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Interstate 90 reopens after flooding

 The American Automobile Association predicts record levels of travel on U.S. roadways during the 2019 Fourth of July holiday. Two days before Independence Day, traffic had already picked up on some South Dakota highways, including this stretch of Interstate 90 in Meade County. Photo: Bart Pfankuch, South Dakota News Watch
The American Automobile Association predicts record levels of travel on U.S. roadways during the 2019 Fourth of July holiday. Two days before Independence Day, traffic had already picked up on some South Dakota highways, including this stretch of Interstate 90 in Meade County. Photo: Bart Pfankuch, South Dakota News Watch (KSFY)
Published: Sep. 14, 2019 at 8:45 PM CDT
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South Dakota Department of Transportation staff reopened Interstate 90, but advise motorists to travel at reduced speeds.

There is still standing water over Interstate 90 east of the exit to Bridgewater both east and westbound. Lanes will be reduced to one along with reduced speeds and flaggers. Drivers are cautioned they will be driving through standing water and should consider alternate routes.

Interstate 90 westbound will be reduced to one lane at the bridge just east of Exit 374 to Montrose.

Officials are asking that motorists do not drive around barricades.

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