Roads to Lummi Peninsula reopen after major flooding

Haxton Road, which is the main access road off the Lummi Nation, has reopened after closing overnight.

LUMMI NATION, Wash. — The main access road off the Lummi Peninsula has reopened after the Lummi Nation was cut off following major flooding this week.

The Lummi Indian Business Council said in a Facebook post on Thursday night that all roads off the Lummi Nation are flooded.

Haxton Way, the main access road off Lummi Peninsula, closed on Thursday at 9 p.m. due to unsafe conditions. Officials reassessed the road Friday morning and it reopened to the public. However, “water over roadway” signs will remain in

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