San Luis Creek roars through downtown SLO
Editors note: This list was updated at 7 p.m.
Rain pummeled San Luis Obispo County on Thursday, flooding roads and leading to car crashes.
Here is a list of all reportedly flooded or closed roads and crashes, according to the California Highway Patrol, Caltrans and San Luis Obispo County Public Works, and other government agencies across the county.
Atascadero: Flooding at Santa Barbara Road and Los Palos Road.
Atascadero:Halcon Road at Rocky Canyon Road is closed due to flooding.
Atascadero: Flooding on Marchant Avenue.
Atascadero: Llano Road at Corriente Road is down to one lane.
Atascadero: San Gabriel Road is down to one late between San Marcos Road and Escondido Road.
Atascadero: Flooding reported on walking path at Highway 41.
Los Osos: Turri Road is closed from Los Osos Valley Road to South Bay Boulevard due to flooding.
Morro Bay: Southbound Highway 1 at the Highway 41 offramp: offramp is closed due to flooding.
Morro Bay: South Bay Boulevard at Lower State Park Road: Water is reportedly rising over the road just south of the estuary.
Nipomo: There is reportedly a tree, telephone pole and wires down on South Oakglen Avenue near Bermuda Place, according to the CHP.
San Luis Obispo/Avila Valley: San Luis Bay Drive reopened about 4 p.m.
San Luis Obispo: Vanchell Lane reopened about 4 p.m.
Shandon: Shell Creek Road is closed about 1.5 miles south of Truesdale Road due to flooding
Shandon: Cholame Valley Road between Highway 46 and the county line is closed
Templeton: Salinas Avenue reopened about 4 p.m.
County: Santa Rita Road is closed from Raymond Avenue in Templeton to Old Creek Road in Cayucos.
We strive to be accurate. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional information regarding open or closed roads in San Luis Obispo County.