Virginia Beach re-opens most roads closed due to flooding

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The City of Virginia Beach announced in a tweet that all roads that were closed due to flooding in the southern part of the city have been re-opened except for sections of Pleasant Ridge Road and Colechester Road.

Travel routes in the area were limited Wednesday due to high waters. A shelter was opened for those affected by the flooding.

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The city also reminds drivers that the entire city is a “no wake zone.”

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