Bundy region roads open again after flash flooding
UPDATE 9AM: Goodwood Rd is now open.
Queensland Traffic made an update at 7.53am.
Goodwood Road, Redridge is OPEN. https://t.co/gapYSfViUL— QLDTrafficMWFWB (@QLDTrafficMWFWB) March 20, 2017
WITH welcome rain splashing down around the Bundaberg region flash flooding has blocked some local roads this afternoon.
At 4.50pm Queensland Traffic issued an alert that Goodwood Rd was closed at Redridge due to flash flooding.
Local Cinda Smith also posted on social media to alert fellow Childers drivers that Gentle Annie Rd was blocked with water over the road.
NewsMail photographer Mike Knott captured a Toyota 4WD being helped by another motorist out of a ditch on the Isis Highway around 3pm.
A few hundred metres back there was water in a dip in the road.
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Cane growers in the Isis region are rejoicing at today's showers.
Canegrowers Isis reported "wonderful rainfall" with 110mm recorded at Farnsfield weather station and 50mm in Childers.
Judy Petschulies snapped some colourful photos of red dirt flowing at Apple Tree Creek.
Remember the rule when driving in wet weather: if it's flooded, forget it.
For more information on road closures phone Queensland Traffic on 13 19 40.