Road and Bridge Supervisor Kraig Spelman said that the thawing snow is causing sections of several county roads to become bottomless pits. The rising ground water causes the gravel base of the road to disappear leaving a slick clay roadway that can bury any vehicle without four-wheel drive.

Spelman said that the road crews cannot repair the base rock until the ground dries out some, so county roads in Indian Valley and Hornet Creek should be avoided unless it is necessary travel only.

March 13, The Adams County Record

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