As of 5 p.m. on Apr. 25:  Roads are being repaired in Lamont County as flooding continues.
 
Public works crews have been working all day to fix around 35 roads, however there are now 65 roads closed across the county.
 
Drivers are being asked to use extra caution while driving on county roads, as sink holes are still an issue. 
 
Elk Island Public Schools buses won't be running certain bus routes once again due to poor road conditions.
 
Anyone looking to report flooding and washouts should call 780-895-2547 ext 261.
 
Updated list of roads closed below. 
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