State Route 772 in Scioto County has been closed due to a slip.
The route is closed at the 2.0-mile marker, just north of Rarden, where a slip has occurred and the pavement is giving way.
The closure is in effect until further notice, and while the route is closed, motorists will be detoured by way of S.R. 73 and S.R. 32.
State Route 140 in Scioto County has been reopened at Eifort, just west of the Lawrence County line, following its closure yesterday due to flooding.
In addition, S.R. 104 in Ross County has been reopened at the Deer Creek bridge, north of Pennyroyal Road. Other area closures that remain in effect include S.R. 239 at West Portsmouth; S.R. 124 at Idaho and S.R. 220 at River Road in Pike County; and S.R. 348 between S.R. 125 and Compton Hill Road in Adams County.
Other area closures include S.R. 239 at West Portsmouth; S.R. 124 at Idaho and S.R. 220 at River Road in Pike County; S.R. 104 at the Deer Creek bridge, just north of Pennyroyal Road in Ross County; and S.R. 348 between S.R. 125 and Compton Hill Road in Adams County.
Motorists are reminded that crossing any closed route is strictly prohibited, and they should avoid traveling on roadways which remain open but where standing water may be present.