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Arkansas DOT 2h
Craighead Co: Lanes blocked due to a previously reported disabled / stalled vehicle on SB U.S. Highway 49 near Mile Marker -153.3 have been cleared.
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Arkansas DOT 4h
Craighead Co: Disabled / stalled vehicle reported on SB U.S. Highway 49 near Mile Marker -153.3. Lanes blocked at this time: all. Reported by: / Troop C. Monitor for the latest information.
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Arkansas DOT 6h
Chicot Co: Lanes blocked due to a previously reported accident on U.S. Highway 82 approximately 2.4 miles west of State Highway 144 have been cleared.
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Arkansas DOT 6h
Chicot Co: Accident with injury reported on U.S. Highway 82 approximately 2.4 miles west of State Highway 144. Lanes blocked at this time: all. Reported by: / Troop F. Monitor for the latest information.
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Arkansas DOT 10h
Cross Co: A section of State Highway 364 previously closed due to high water has reopened.
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Arkansas DOT 10h
Pulaski Co: I-630 EB middle and right lanes will be closed between Baptist Health Exit 7 & Fair Park Blvd. Exit 4 in Little Rock. Tue 8pm - Wed 6am and Wed 8pm - Thu 6am. Monitor traffic anytime at .
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Arkansas DOT 11h
Pulaski Co: Lanes blocked due to a previously reported accident on EB U.S. Highway 70 approximately 0.7 miles east of I-440 have been cleared.
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Arkansas DOT 11h
Advisory: The National Weather Service will issue a Winter Weather Advisory for Benton, Carroll, Madison & Washington counties in NW Arkansas. It will be in effect Tuesday at 9am until Wednesday at 6am. Details at .
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Arkansas DOT 11h
Pulaski Co: Lanes blocked due to a previously reported vehicle fire on EB I-30 near Exit 126 have been cleared.
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Arkansas DOT 12h
Pulaski Co: Lanes blocked due to a previously reported vehicle fire on WB I-30 near Mile Marker 126.5 have been cleared.
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Arkansas DOT 12h
Pulaski Co: Vehicle fire reported on WB I-30 near Mile Marker 126.5. Lanes blocked at this time: inside. Reported by: ARDOT. Monitor for the latest information.
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Arkansas DOT 12h
Pulaski Co: Vehicle fire reported on EB I-30 near Exit 126. Lanes blocked at this time: all. Reported by: ARDOT. Monitor for the latest information.
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Arkansas DOT 13h
Advisory: The National Weather Service will issue a Flash Flood Watch for much of central and east Arkansas. It will be in effect Tuesday at 12:00 pm until Wednesday at 12:00 pm. Details at .
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Arkansas DOT 14h
Pulaski Co: Lanes blocked due to a previously reported accident on WB I-30 near Mile Marker 141.6 have been cleared.
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Arkansas DOT 14h
Pulaski Co: Accident with possible injury reported on WB I-30 near Mile Marker 141.6. Lanes blocked at this time: inside, left shoulder. Reported by: ARDOT. Monitor for the latest information.
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Arkansas DOT 15h
Pulaski Co: Accident reported on U.S. Highway 70 approximately 0.7 miles east of I-440. Lanes blocked at this time: all. Reported by: / Troop A. Monitor for the latest information.
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Arkansas DOT 17h
Garland Co: Lanes blocked due to a previously reported accident on EB U.S. Highway 70 approximately 2.3 miles west of State Highway 128 have been cleared.
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Arkansas DOT 17h
Advisory: The National Weather Service says additional heavy rainfall will increase the risk of flooding in Arkansas. Details at . Monitor highway conditions at .
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Arkansas DOT 18h
Garland Co: Accident reported on EB U.S. Highway 70 approximately 2.3 miles west of State Highway 128. Lanes blocked at this time: all. Reported by: ARDOT. Monitor for the latest information.
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Arkansas DOT Feb 17
Replying to @rodrunner11
Is it not? It’s supposed to be. Thanks for the info. We’ll pass it along ASAP.
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