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Martin Sheriff asks public to steer clear of part of Allapattah Road in Indiantown

Martin Sheriff asks public to steer clear of part of Allapattah Road in Indiantown

Martin Sheriff asks public to steer clear of part of Allapattah Road in Indiantown

Martin County, Fl (treasurecoast.com) – The Martin County Sheriff asks the public to steer clear of part of Allapattah Road in Indiantown.

The Sheriff’s Office has closed a portion of Allapattah Road/CR 609, after a large part of the road collapsed causing much of the roadway to wash away.

TRAFFIC ALERT -INDIANTOWN CLOSURE

Martin Sheriff asks public to steer clear of part of Allapattah Road in Indiantown
Martin Sheriff asks public to steer clear of part of Allapattah Road in Indiantown
Martin Sheriff asks public to steer clear of part of Allapattah Road in Indiantown
Martin Sheriff asks public to steer clear of part of Allapattah Road in Indiantown

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office has closed a portion of Allapattah Road/CR 609, after a large part of the road collapsed causing much of the roadway to wash away.

The closure will affect Allapattah Rd at Warfield Blvd/SR710. Warfield Boulevard has not been affected at this time. You are asked to use Fox Brown Road as an alternative route.
*****Allapattah Road will be open for local communities such as Little Ranch, Minutemade and Indianwood (back gate).
Thru traffic will not be permitted.
DOT has been informed and are responding to evaluate the situation and determine a repair plan.

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