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Hwy 701 North and North Main Street road closure to begin Monday

(Source: Raycom Media) (Source: Raycom Media)

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) - Highway 701 North and North Main Street is closed between Chicora and Millpond, according to Lt. Selena Small with the Conway Police Department.

Starting on Monday, October 17, Vehicles traveling Southbound on 701 will be detoured to take a right on Cultra Rd, then to turn left onto Oak St., then to Millpond Rd and take a left, and finally back to N. Main St/701 N. to take a right and to get back on Main St.

Lt. Small says vehicles traveling north on N. Main St and Hwy 701 will be detoured to take a left onto Millpond, then a right on Oak St., then a right on Cultra and finally a left at Hwy 701 N. and N. Main St.

In addition, there will be Law Enforcement at the Cultra and N. Main St. intersection, and at Millpond and N. Main St intersections to assist with traffic.

She advises everyone to be patient and plan for this detour.

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