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Miller Lane Remains Closed in Yerington Due to Flooding

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Courtesy: Lyon County Courtesy: Lyon County
Courtesy: Lyon County Courtesy: Lyon County
Courtesy: Lyon County Courtesy: Lyon County

Lyon County says Miller Lane in Yerington remains closed due to flooding. The county says crews within the past 48 hours have found a county truck damaged, and nearby road barriers moved. 

The Road Department has filed a report with Lyon County Sheriff's Office and says they may be installing video surveillance until the road can be open.

County Manager Jeff Page explains the road being closed is an inconvenience but necessary to protect the public and the integrity of the road.

The county says found it appears there may be damage to the road. If that is true, the road may be closed longer to make the necessary repairs after the flood waters have receded.

NDOT says Miller Lane is closed in both directions from US-95A to Aiaizzi Lane.

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