June 17, 2013
The water continued to rise into Monday night in Crozet as storms brought heavy rain to the area.
Crozet was hit with a few inches of rain in just a few hours.
There was standing water in the road near the intersection of Crozet Avenue and Tabor Street.
Around 10:45 p.m., Albemarle County police set up flares near the intersection to slow drivers while a Virginia Department of Transportation crew made its way to the area to determine whether to shut down the road to traffic.
VDOT spokesman Lou Hatter says, even if a road is not officially closed, drivers should use caution when approaching any road covered by water.
Keep updated with any road closures by clicking this link HERE.
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