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@thekovatch @thekovatch We will have a crew take a look

Posted: 10h

BEAUMONT: Crash on US69 southbound near Chinn Rd. Traffic backed up past Tram Rd. Expect delays.

Posted: 11h

PORT ARTHUR: US69 north and southbound from FM365 to Nederland Ave. is now open.

Posted: 28 Sep

PORT ARTHUR: US69 southbound from Nederland Ave. to FM365 is also now closed due to a crash. Traffic is diverted to the frontage road.

Posted: 28 Sep

PORT ARTHUR: US69 northbound from FM365 to Nederland Ave. is currently closed due to a crash. Traffic is diverted to the frontage road.

Posted: 28 Sep

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont District’s Twitter account
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SE Texas Weather

Here is a time lapse of the pedestal removal that occurred this afternoon. While the road ahead of us is long, we a… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Posted: 5h

Anyone order mid to upper 70 degree temps with a side of sunny skies? We did. 😎 pic.twitter.com/2Tmy9zKT4W

Posted: 9h

LCH extends Flood Warning for the Calcasieu River near Kinder [LA] nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2020-O-E…

Posted: 9h

LCH extends Flood Warning for the Whisky Chitto Creek near Mittie [LA] nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2020-O-E…

Posted: 9h

Weather updates are pulled from National Weather Service - Lake Charles’ Twitter account
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