A number of area roads have reopened after being closed earlier Thursday because of accidents, flooding or debris on the road.
Now open are:
* Interstate 80 eastbound near Kylertown in Clearfield County: Detour lifted but traffic may be slow moving after a multi-vehicle accident.
* Route 326 (Chaneysville Road) in Bedford County: Was closed becaused of a downed power line beween Black Valley Road and the Maryland state line.
* Route 1017 (Martins Gap Road) in Huntingdon County: closed earlier Thursday from Geisler Run Road to Route 26 (Standing Stone Road) in Miller Township because of flooding.
Motorists can check road conditions on more than 2,900 miles of state roads by calling 511 or visiting www.511PA.com.
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In Blair County, Route 2022 (Juniata Valley Road) is closed from the intersection of Route 22 (William Penn Highway) to the intersection of Swinging Bridge Road, both in Frankstown Township, for flooding.
Officials remind motorists not to drive across a flooded roadway and if you come across a fallen power line, stay in your vehicle and call 911. Never try to move a power line yourself.