TOWN OF EASTOVER
Contact: Town Of Eastover
POSTED: 13:29 EST Oct 12, 2016 / UPDATED: 13:29 EST Oct 12, 2016
Water Distribution Points and Road Closures
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Emergency crews throughout Cumberland County are transitioning to a recovery mode of operations since floodwaters have begun to recede. Our initial plan is to begin damage assessment activities to fully understand and evaluate the impact of Hurricane Matthew in the City and County.
Changes to Water Distribution Points:Effective Wednesday Oct 12, water distribution points will be revised to the following locations:
· J.W. Seabrook Elementary School, 4619 NC HWY 210 S, Fayetteville
· District 7 Elementary School, 5721 Smithfield Rd., Wade
· J.S. Spivey Recreation Center, 500 Fisher Street, Fayetteville
The distribution points listed above will be open from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Road Closure Updates:
The closure of both lanes of I-95 from Exit 73 in Dunn through Cumberland County has since been reopened. I-95 South remains closed between Exit 56 and Exit 13 in Robeson County. I-95 North remains closed between Exit 13 and Exit 22 in Robeson County.
The public can monitor road closures through the Traveler Information Management System website operated by the N.C. Department of Transportation.
Users should select “Cumberland” under the County drop-down box on the website to view all DOT-maintained roads that have been affected by Hurricane Matthew.
Media should call the Joint Information Center at 910-437-1880 or 910-321-6676 for media queries.