Tom Green County Road Closed by Collapsing Culverts

 

MILES, TX – Tom Green County road crews Thursday closed a portion of McMillan Rd. in northeast Tom Green County because of dangerous deteriorating road conditions.  

According to Tom Green County Judge Steve Floyd's office, a portion of McMillan Rd. from Mullins Crossing Rd. to FM-1692 had to be closed to traffic because of collapsing culverts.  

A member of the road crew Thursday said the culvert was beginning to collapse and the road was closed out of caution.  

See the map of the area below: 

McMillan Rd. in Northeast Tom Green County (Image Courtesy Google Maps)

McMillan Rd. in Northeast Tom Green County (Image Courtesy Google Maps)

The portion of McMillan Rd. is paved from Mullins Crossing Rd. to FM-1692. 

Road crews are expecting a contractor to replace the cans at the collapsing culvert in the near future.  

The road will remain closed until the repairs are completed.  

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Inadequate power grid, bridges collapsing, food lines. It's almost as if the scary stories that republicans tell you about how it would be under socialist/Democrat leadership is happening here now, under republicans.

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