A number of highways in North Carolina and South Carolina remain closed Monday as a result of catastrophic flooding from Hurricane Florence.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation says several sections of I-95 and I-40 are among nearly 1,100 road closures across the state. NCDOT is urging drivers not to drive in the state, if possible. The agency also advises against following GPS because the devices are not keeping up with the changing road closures and are directing people onto roads that are flooded.
NCDOT says drivers on I-95 Southbound from Virginia should use U.S. 64 West (exit 138)
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