Flooding has hit Havelock, the third day in a row that the area has been swamped with heavy rain.
D.O.T. has closed Greenfield Heights Boulevard between Ann and Sunset Boulevard after flooding caused part of the roadway to collapse. Traffic will be turned around in both directions and highway workers says it will remain closed for several days.
A city spokeswoman says water was also rising on McCotter and Bryan Boulevards and both roads are starting to flood. Diane Miller says water is almost to the door of Trinity Presbyterian Church.
Embarq says some 600 customers in Havelock are without phone or Internet service because of the flooding. It is also causing some problems with cell service in the area.
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