Photos: Road Closures, Rising Waters And Washed Out Roads

June 22, 2017

Carnley Road, Occie Phillips Road, Beulah Road and Barrineau Park Road at the state line were the only roads reported closed of I-10 in Escambia County.

Carnley Road (pictured above) just outside Century was closed just south of the state line due to a large washout.  Photo by Cody Fowler.

Barrineau Park Road was closed at the state line as the Perdido River continued to climb.  This view shows the bridge from the Alabama side, looking back into Florida. Photo by Wesley King.

Pictured above: 11 Mile Creek at the Highway 297 bridge. Water was rising, but the bridge remained open to traffic. Photo by John Russo.

Boats that are tied to the actual bank of Lake Stone in Century look as if they are in the lake due to rising water. Photo by Sheron Autrey.

Pictured above: Rushing water approaches the bottom of the bridge on Rigby Road. Photo by Sandy Wiggins.

Pictured above: Water rises on Wiggins Lake in Walnut Hill. Photo by Barbara Jett.

Pictured: The entire construction zone for a new bridge on North Highway 99 in Oak Grove was underwater Tuesday afternoon. photo.


6 Responses to “Photos: Road Closures, Rising Waters And Washed Out Roads”

  1. Stephen on June 22nd, 2017 9:44 pm

    If the Perdido River has reached Quintette, that’s a MAJOR problem.

  2. Molino resident on June 22nd, 2017 6:50 pm

    “Escambia” river is about halfway up the road at Quintette landing.

  3. Trolling on June 22nd, 2017 3:54 pm

    No one has been able to find Perdido River on Quintette!!!

  4. Pensacola Pete on June 22nd, 2017 11:54 am

    Any news on Perdido River at Quintette?

  5. Calla Ferguson on June 22nd, 2017 11:34 am

    How about the new bridge in bluff springs?

  6. Carolyn Bramblett on June 22nd, 2017 7:31 am

    Appreciate the pictures.

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