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Find out which roads are closed in the Wilmington area
The following roads are closed due to impacts from Hurricane Florence:
New Hanover County
Canal Drive (Carolina Beach)
Wilderness Road, from Stillwell Road to Yulan Drive
1500 block Middle Sound Loop Road: tree blocking road
All entrance roads to the University of North Carolina Wilmington are closed: Randall Drive; Racine Drive; Crews Drive; Hurst Drive; Rose Avenue at Riegel Road; and North MacMillan Avenue at Hamilton Drive.
Evacuations on Carolina Beach and Wrightsville Beach prompted the closures of Snows Cut Bridge and Wrightsville Beach Drawbridge, respectively.
Reported traffic light outages: South College Road at Peachtree Avenue; South College Road at Oleander Drive; Second Street at Princess Street; Third Street at Princess Street; Wooster Street at South Fifth Avenue; Wooster Street at South Eighth Street; Hawthorne Drove at Wrightsville Avenue; Oleander Drive at Hawthorne Drive; Front Street at Market Street
G.V. Barbee Bridge in Oak Island will close at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Swains Cut Bridge in Oak Island will remain open until deemed unsafe.
Holden Beach Bridge closed after 3 p.m. Thursday.
Odell Williamson Bridge into Ocean Isle Beach closed 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Sunset Beach Bridge closed 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Ocean Highway near Shallotte closed 7 p.m. Wednesday.
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