Sinkholes cause multiple road closures in Md.

Flood damage at Rt 180 Just North of Rt 17. (Courtesy Frederick County)
Flood damage at Rt 180 Just North of Rt 17. (Courtesy Frederick County)

In Prince George's County, Livingston Road near Clarion Road in Ft. Washington closed Wednesday due to the pavement caving in following heavy rains. (Courtesy Prince George's County DPWT)
In Prince George’s County, Livingston Road near Clarion Road in Ft. Washington closed Wednesday due to the pavement caving in following heavy rains. (Courtesy Prince George’s County DPWT)

In Anne Arundel County, crews are working to repair a sinkhole along Maryland Route 450. (Courtesy Maryland State Highway)
In Anne Arundel County, crews are working to repair a sinkhole along Maryland Route 450. (Courtesy Maryland State Highway)

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Flood damage at Rt 180 Just North of Rt 17. (Courtesy Frederick County)
In Prince George's County, Livingston Road near Clarion Road in Ft. Washington closed Wednesday due to the pavement caving in following heavy rains. (Courtesy Prince George's County DPWT)
In Anne Arundel County, crews are working to repair a sinkhole along Maryland Route 450. (Courtesy Maryland State Highway)

WASHINGTON — Sinkholes in Maryland are causing road closures in Anne Arundel and Prince George’s counties.

In Prince George’s County, Livingston Road near Clarion Road in Ft. Washington closed Wednesday morning due to the pavement caving in following heavy rains.

County officials are asking commuters in the area to use caution and follow detours.

In Anne Arundel County, crews are working to repair a sinkhole along Maryland Route 450.

State highway administration closed Maryland 450 between A and Eagle Boulevard and Windmere Court Tuesday morning. The road will remain closed until pipes can be excavated and replaced.

It could take up to two weeks for the road to be repaired.

In Frederick County on Wednesday, crews were cleaning up flood damage at Route 80 Just North of Route 17.

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