Gillooly’s Interchange flooded

Photo: ANA

Photo: ANA

Wayne Minnaar urged motorists to use the M2 and M1 as alternative routes.

Johannesburg motorists have been warned to use the M1 and M2 highways on Thursday, after the N3 south was flooded due to heavy rainfall, the public safety department said.

Public Safety spokesperson Wayne Minnaar said the Gillooly’s interchange had been affected by the flash floods.

“Motorists can use the M2 and M1 as alternative routes, Wilgerood Road in Kloofendal is also flooded in the Roodepoort area and motorists are reminded to drive with caution,” he said.

He urged motorists to keep head lights switched on and to reduce speed on the wet roads.

– African News Agency

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