BREAKING: Hwy 25 CLOSED & Other Road Conditions

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BREAKING: Hwy 25 CLOSED & Other Road Conditions

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The Robertson County Emergency Management Agency Director, R.L. Douglas and County Mayor Howard Bradley have released a special bulletin concerning road conditions in Robertson County.

Hwy 25 East has been closed in three different locations; intersection of Sad Sams and Hwy 25, Village Green and Hwy 25 and Honey Run Bridge and Hwy 25 in Cross Plains are closed. The closures are due to the lack of traction not because of wreckage.

TDOT trucks are already running the interstate but we do not know when these areas will be open.

Two different wrecker companies indicated today that they are 23 to 26 hours behind. They could be blocked for all of tonight and most of tomorrow.

431 South at the Robertson/Davidson county line at the bridge, there are approximately 40 semi’s on the hill which is backing traffic up into Robertson County. The trucks in Robertson County may not necessarily be stuck but they can’t move forward because the hill in Davidson county has everyone backed up.

Officials are asking that citizens try to stay off the roads until crews can make some headway with the heavy snowfall.

VIDEO BELOW–> Take a tour of Robertson County roads at 100 miles an hour!

The tour starts in Springfield, then Greenbrier and Ridgetop. Then on to White House, Cross Plains and Orlinda. We’ll also give you a look at I-65 and Hwy 25. Take the Time-Lapse tour in just minutes!

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  1. Stephan

    Funny, just after the 15:52 min you passed us on the road. We had just gotten pulled out of the ditch on Charles Dorris Road. Farm tractors were seen more on the back roads than anything else.

  2. Don Coleman

    For those saying that Smokey needs a proofreader, why don’t you volunteer? I find it interesting that there is always someone quick to be critical of another’s work and finding fault. It never fails. I’m more interested in reading the facts and getting the information, than looking for someone’s spelling mistakes or incorrect word usage. Thanks for all of the good work Smokey! I’m sure that even those critics also benefit from your stories!!

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