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Meadowbrook Way in Snoqualmie reopens after pothole closure

Traffic cones, roadblocks and a police vehicle close off Meadowbrook Way Thursday afternoon, Nov. 20. - Seth Truscott/Snoqualmie Valley Record
Traffic cones, roadblocks and a police vehicle close off Meadowbrook Way Thursday afternoon, Nov. 20.
— image credit: Seth Truscott/Snoqualmie Valley Record

Closed after a huge pothole developed due to the Nov. 12 flood, Meadowbrook Way in Snoqualmie is now repaired and reopened to traffic.

The road closed Thursday, Nov. 20 after a hole several feet across appeared near a bridge over a creek, between State Route 202 and 384th Avenue Southeast.

It reopened Tuesday, Nov. 25.

King County Metro Transit's Route 215 is now running on its regular route along State Route 202 and Railroad Avenue Southeast.


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