OIL CITY, Pa. – Two of the three Warren County roads closed due to downed trees or power lines have re-opened, according to an update from PennDOT.
As of 10 a.m. on Jan. 10, 2024, Cable Hollow Road and Scandia Road have been cleared and are now open to traffic. Austin Hill Road from Route 666 in Sheffield Township to Sorenson Road in Cherry Grove Township remains closed.
In Forest County, River Road from Route 36 to Jacks Hollow Road in Barrett Township also remains closed.
“PennDOT reminds motorists to exercise caution while driving in inclement weather, such as heavy rainfall or snow,” PennDOT said in a release. “Drivers should never attempt to drive through large pools of water on the roadway and should comply with Pennsylvania law to turn on their headlights on any time their windshield wipers are activated.”
The following roadways across the region are still closed as of 10 a.m. on Jan. 10, 2024:
Church Road (Route 3005) – Pecan Drive in South Shenango Township to Leach Road in North Shenango Township.
Route 5 – Nagle Road in Lawrence Park to the New York state line in North East Township.
Route 8 – Intersection of Barton Road and Bliley Road to intersection of Bennett Road and May Road in Greene Township.
Wet Track Road (Route 3005) – Carpec Lane to Maple Grove Road in Shenango Township.
Two Mile Run Road (Route 4001) – Martin Hill Road to Warren Road in Sugarcreek Borough.
The closures will remain in place until the roadways are cleared.