ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando city officials are asking residents to stay off roadways and shelter in place due to reports of flash flooding.
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Flash flooding has been reported at the following roadways:
- Primrose Drive and Colonial Drive
- Semoran Boulevard near Lake Underhill Road
- Semoran Boulevad and Hoffner Avenue
- South Orange Blossom Trail
- Orange Avenue and Silver Court
- Richmond Heights
- Leevista Boulveard near South Chickasaw Trail
- South Orange Avenue/Columbia Street
- Dowden Road/Narcoosee Road
Please shelter in place and stay off the roadways. There are reports of flash flooding at the following roadways:— City of Orlando is Prepared for Hurricane Season (@citybeautiful) September 29, 2022
Primrose Dr. & Colonial Dr.
Semoran Blvd. near Lake Underhill Rd.
Semoran Blvd. & Hoffner Ave.
South Orange Blossom Trail
Orange Ave. & Silver Ct.
Richmond Heights pic.twitter.com/PrDSkJN8YN
The city is asking people to self-evacuate if there is flooding in your home, and avoid driving on flooded roadways.
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You can find a shelter at ocfl.net/shelters. Report flooded streets to the Citizen Information Line at 407-246-4357.
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