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Thursday, December 2, 2010

WESB Lists Closed Roads/State Of Emergency In Allegany, Portville

State of Emergency in Allegany, Portville

A state of emergency has been declared for the Village of Allegany and Town of Portville because of flooding.

Earlier today, Emergency Services and the American Red Cross set up shelters at Portville Central School and the Town of Olean Fire Department on Old Rock City Hill Road.

A third shelter has now been opened at St. Bonaventure University’s Francis Hall.

In addition to the Cattaraugus County roads that were closed earlier in the day, several more have been closed. They are:

Maple Avenue from 2nd Street to First Street in Allegany

East River Road in the Town of Olean from Steam Valley Road to the city line

Smith Road in the Town of Portville

Steam Valley Road in the Tow of Portville from the bridge to Linn Road

1st Street in the Village of Allegany from Main Street to Pine Street

Chapen Cross Road to Pine Street in Allegany

To see the list of others roads that are closed go here.

1 comment :

Greg Elderkin said...

I heard from a resident of Portville, NY that "Wimpy's" had a honey-dipper truck down in their parking lot trying to pump water out of the parking lot and possibly the building to try and save the property from the onslaught of flooding which is supposed to crest sometime tomorrow (12/3/2010) before noon.

As for Olean...
Its a pretty good idea to have dike embankments along the rivers but why only on one side in some places?! I see that the cement housings [flood control valves] along the river-side of the dikes only have maybe a little over 3ft till they are touching water... not a good sign. I couldn't see the water level marker on the South Union Street Bridge, but the waters' dark, muddy, fast and rising quick.