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Published April 08, 2011, 11:31 AM

Many ND Highways Affected by Flooding

State Transportation officials say N.D. Highway 200 is closed south of Hillsboro because of water on the roadway. However, 200 has reopened in the Hurdsfield-Bowdon area because water there has receded.

By: Associated Press,

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Another state highway in North Dakota has been affected by spring flooding.

State Transportation officials say N.D. Highway 200 is closed south of Hillsboro because of water on the roadway. However, 200 has reopened in the Hurdsfield-Bowdon area because water there has receded.

Other state highways closed due to flooding are 15 at Fessenden, 11 west of Ludden and 17 from Interstate 29 to the Red River. The Mapleton truck parking area on westbound Interstate 94 also is closed, as is Old Highway 10 west of Fargo.

Many other state highways are affected by flooding but remain open, though traffic speeds are reduced on many of them.

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