GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – Flood waters affected several areas in the Upstate Friday afternoon.
Parker District firefighters rescued a woman from a home on Ross Street.
Flooding shut down West Blue Ridge Drive near Old Bramlett Road.
Parker District firefighters rescued drivers from the flooded roadway. At least two cars were stuck in the flood waters, according to 7 News crews on scene. Parker Fire Department responded to the flooding.
The City of Greenville said the following roads have been closed due to flooding:
- Spartanburg Street, from Stone Avenue to Mount Zion Avenue
- Hilly Street, from Stone Avenue to Terrace Drive
- The River Street Swamp Rabbit Trail underpass
- Lakehurst Street in Cleveland Park, from Cleveirvine Avenue to Woodland Way
- Byrdland Drive, from Airport Road to Wood Lake Road
The National Weather Service has received several reports of flooded roads, including in Central, Clemson, Easley and Pendleton.
Some of the roads impacted include:
- Grant Street in Easley
- Central Road in Pendleton
- Isaqueena Trail and Berkeley Road in Clemson
- Pindale Road in Central
The National Weather Service offers tips for what to due when there is flooding in the area:
- Stay informed
- Get to higher ground
- Avoid flood waters
- Do not drive into flooded roadways or around barricades
- Turn Around, Don’t Drown!
Flood waters also surrounded a house on McArthur Street near Dorsey Boulevard.