PCH Closed in Huntington Beach Due to Flooding by High Surf

Motion Cars on a flooded city road at the rain day

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HUNTINGTON BEACH (CNS) - A stretch of Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach was closed Tuesday due to surging waves that flooded the roadway.

Caltrans closed  PCH about 10:45 a.m. between Warner Avenue and Seapoint Street, said Jennifer Carey, a spokeswoman for the city.

The high-tide surge caused the flooding, and Caltrans crews were working to mop up the water, which should take about a couple of hours, Carey said.

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