Rainy week means flash flooding and hazardous driving conditions

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Water is covering the roadway at 9th and Hardesty after a flash flood Tuesday, May 23.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo.– Flash flooding Tuesday morning left the road at 9th and Hardesty covered with water.

Drivers are encouraged to turn around and take an alternative route. It is unclear just how deep the water is.

Water is covering the roadway at 9th and Hardesty after a flash flood Tuesday, May 23.
Water is covering the roadway at 9th and Hardesty after a flash flood Tuesday, May 23.
Water is covering the roadway at 9th and Hardesty after a flash flood Tuesday, May 23.
Water is covering the roadway at 9th and Hardesty after a flash flood Tuesday, May 23.

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