Rain causing heavy traffic and stalled cars during Tuesday commute
BATON ROUGE – As thunderstorms are moving through the city, rain has caused multiple accidents and stalled cars during the Tuesday afternoon commute.
DOTD reported four accidents since 2:47 p.m. and four stalled vehicles. One of those vehicles has caused the exit ramp to North Street on I-110 near N. 22nd Street to be blocked. Traffic is currently not passing through.
Another stalled vehicle due to the heavy rain is at Wooddale Boulevard and Florida Boulevard. At Claycut and South Foster Drive, cars have stalled from flooding while driving through the high water as well.
In addition, parts of the Garden District have flooded.
Stay with WBRZ’s traffic cameras along with Facebook and Twitter for updates.
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