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LIST | Rain leaves intersections under water, street lights out of order in Waco

Several intersections flooded and traffic lights were not working Wednesday morning in Waco, the police department said on Facebook.
Credit: Jasmin Caldwell - KCEN
This photo was captured from a video taken near the intersection of 48th Street and Sanger Avenue in Waco on May 2, 2019.

WACO, Texas — Several intersections flooded and traffic lights were not working Wednesday morning in Waco, the police department said on Facebook.

"We are getting reports of high water at a few intersections around town," the post said.

The intersections include:

  • South 5th at Cleveland
  •   Parts of Herring Avenue

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The following signals were not working:

  • Primrose at Robinson
  • China Spring at Wortham Bend
  • China Spring at Flat Rock

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The Waco Police Department is asking drivers to use caution. Remember to treat out-of-order traffic signals as four-way stops.

Good morning Waco! We are getting reports of high water at a few intersections around town such as S 5th and Cleveland and parts of Herring ave as well. Also, the following traffic signals are said...

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