All N. Charleston roads reopened after flooding

Flooding at Smith Street (Source: James Warner)
Flooding at Smith Street (Source: James Warner)

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - North Charleston police say all roads have been reopened after flooding from Sunday's heavy rainfall.

According to police spokesman Spencer Pryor, Viaduct Road was reopened around 3 p.m.  That road, along with Commander Road and Remus Street, had remained flooded on Monday morning.

On Sunday, the area of Camp Road, Folly Road and Fort Johnson was heavily flooded, according to the Charleston County Sheriff's Office.

The Crosstown was also shut down for several hours, and police advised motorists to avoid the following streets in downtown Charleston:

*Hagood Avenue & Horizon Street

*Fishburne Street & Hagood Avenue

*Fishburne Street & President Street

*Fishburne Street & Ashley Avenue

*Lockwood /Bull/Bennett/Gadsden area

*Spring Street & President Street (outer lanes) President Street & Cannon Street *President Street & Bogard Street Ashley Avenue & Sumter Street Tradd Street & *Ashley Avenue Calhoun Street & Ogier Street Ashley Avenue & MUSC Horseshoe

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