Husbands, Lydon Roads Reopen as Water Recedes
By West Kentucky Star Staff
WESTERN KENTUCKY - Husbands Road and Lydon Road in Paducah have reopened, and less than a dozen roads across western Kentucky remain closed as flood water continue to recede. 

Husbands Road (KY 1954) has "Water Over Road" signs posted from Clarkline Rd at the Paducah Floodwall to near the KY 999/Krebs Station Rd intersection. Lydon Rd (KY 3075) also has "Water Over Road" signs posted between KY 450/Oaks Rd and KY 1954/Husbands Rd. Some water remains on the road surfaces in these areas.

Here are the remaining western Kentucky roads still affected by floodwaters as of Saturday night:

Fulton County
KY 1129/Adams Road is CLOSED at the 4 to 9mm
Dorena-Hickman Ferry is CLOSED 
KY 2140 is CLOSED between KY 1129 and KY 94 near the Mud Creek Branch Bridge
KY 1129 has Water Over Road signs posted between KY 2149 and KY 94

Hickman County
KY 123 is CLOSED at the 14 to 16mm 
KY 575 is CLOSED at the 1.5mm 

Livingston County
KY 917/Tucker-Temple Rd is CLOSED north of Iuka and the KY 93 intersection

Lyon County
KY 819/Sunnyside Loop is CLOSED at the Panther Creek Bridge

Published 07:38 PM, Saturday Mar. 23, 2019
Updated 08:02 PM, Sunday Mar. 24, 2019