Repair Discovered To Be More Extensive Than First Anticipated
Darren Doyle, story:
A repair to a portion of Sunfish-Roundhill Road that was first estimated to take about a week has resulted in a much larger repair, according to the Edmonson County Judge Executive's Office.
Now, officials say a portion of the road will be closed indefinitely as road workers repair the extensive damage.
The section of road closed is located approximately one mile from the HWY 70 junction and is about 500 feet long. The Judge's office said that both ends of the road are still open (both HWY 70 and HWY 187), but thru-traffic is closed during the repair section.
Signs are posted and barricades have been set in place. Drivers are asked to stay clear of the area and the anticipated closure time is expected to be anywhere from four to six weeks.