Flooding leads to major traffic delays on Route 283 in Lancaster County near Route 772

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LANCASTER COUNTY — There are major traffic delays on the westbound and eastbound lanes of Route 283 in Lancaster County near Route 772.

The delays stem from severe flooding which closed down all lanes.

Witnesses told FOX43 that the water was over the tires of some cars stranded in the lanes.

Previously: Flood conditions have closed all traffic lanes on Route 283 near the Route 772 (Manheim/Mount Joy) Exit, according to PennDOT.

Witnesses tell FOX43 that the water is over the tires of some cars stranded in the lanes.

One driver traveling west on Route 283 submitted this photo as they were entering the exit ramp on Route 772:

Photo: Caroline Schweigert

Photo: Caroline Schweigert

This photo of Route 283, submitted by Jonathan Krodel, was shot at about 3:10 p.m.

Photo: Jonathan Krodel

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