JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The First Alert Weather Team continues to give you the First Alert on the latest storm reports on this soggy Wednesday.
There is a Flood Advisory in effect for Duval, Clay, St. Johns and Nassau Counties until tomorrow morning.11:40 a.m.
McCoy Creek Boulevard closed between Acosta and Cherokee.10:37 a.m.
5 inches of rain at Gate Parkway at I-295.10:20 a.m.
Deep water reported in the intersection of St. Johns Avenue and King Street in Riverside; that's near St. Vincent's Hospital.10:15 a.m.
Update: JSO reports NB Martin Luther King Jr. Pkway, just past 8th Street, is back open. 10:10 a.m.
Florida 511 reports a crash on I-95N at exit 344 Butler Blvd; left shoulder blocked.
Florida 511 reports a crash on I-95S at exit 346 University Blvd; right shoulder blocked.9:50 a.m.
JSO tells Action News the following streets are flooded:
State & Newnan, Hubbard & Orange, Market & Phelps, Market & Orange, Park Street SB from Edgewood to Dancy, Post Street & Willowbranch, and Carder/Lake Shore Blvd.
Action News Reporter Bryan Baker reports a car stuck in bad flooding on St. Johns Ave.
Action News Reporter Matt Augustine reports flooding along Beach and University.
Action News viewer reports heavy flooding on Cassat Avenue and Lenox Road.
FHP reports an accident with injuries on I-10 EB at US 301. Ramps from US-301 to I-10 Eastbound is blocked.
FHP reports a crash on SR-23 at Argyle Forest in Jacksonville; no roadblocks.
FHP reports a vehicle crash on Lane Avenue at Dayton Road; no roadblocks.9:03 a.m.
FHP reports a vehicle crash at Kingsley Avenue 8:42 a.m.
FHP reports vehicle crash at I-295NB and MM 18 in Clay County; no roadblocks.
FHP reports a vehicle crash at San Juan Avenue at Cassat Avenue; no roadblocks.
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