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Governor Ducey declares emergency following State Route 88 flood damage

July 28, 2017

Governor Doug Ducey has issued an emergency declaration in response to flooding along State Route 88 that caused highway damage between mileposts 201 and 214. The declaration seeks assistance from the Federal Highway Administration to make repairs to the roadway.

The affected stretch of SR 88 between Apache Junction and Canyon Lake is open, but motorists should drive with care and watch for traffic cones next to storm-damaged areas along the highway.

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