Travel advisory lifted for Livingston County

Updated: 07/28/2014 11:07 PM
Created: 07/28/2014 10:22 AM WHEC.com
By: Rebecca Fath

Livingston County Sheriff Tom Dougherty has lifted a travel advisory for the entire county. A advisory was put into place because of excessive runoff from heavy rainfall that caused flooding on the roadways.

A boating advisory for all of Conesus Lake remains in effect due to excessive amounts of debris in the lake.

It certainly was a busy day for emergency responders as Avon got slammed with some heavy rains. Residents say it just wouldn't let up. 

More than five inches of rain flooded Avon. Littleville Road caved in because of the force and amount of water that came through the area. 

All over town, people were pumping out their basements. 

Officials say they responded to more than 100 calls Monday as residents battled flooded and closed roads and water damage. Officials say they will be working late into the night to cleanup debris from the road.

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