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19 Feb 2018 10:37
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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    Surface flooding in Waikato

    Motorists are being warned to take care in Waikato where there has been heavy rain.


    Drivers in Waikato are being warned to take care as surface flooding continues to affect some roads.

    There was heavy rain in the area on Friday and the surface flooding it caused is still having an impact on Saturday.

    Waikato District Council says Woodleigh Road should reopen on Saturday afternoon after a tree on the road is cleared.

    Parts of Hakarimata Road in Ngaruawahia are still down to one lane but Rotowaro Road from Gully Road to Waikokowhai Road is open.

    "Please be extremely careful on the roads this weekend," the council says.

    From 7am to 3pm on Saturday there were 13 crashes across Waikato, the Waikato Times reports.


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