BALTIMORE (AP) — The National Weather Service says flash floods linked to Hurricane Irene have closed roads in Baltimore and several Maryland counties.

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The agency says parts of Harford, McElderry and West Patapsco roads in Baltimore were closed by high water Saturday night.

 

In Anne Arundel County, flash flooding closed a section of state routes 176 and 450.

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Route 249 is closed and flooded in St. Mary’s County.

State Route 223 is closed and flooded at Rosaryville Road in Prince George’s County.

 

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