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Parts of Princeton Road in Bossier Parish washed out

Parts of Princeton Road in Bossier Parish are washed out because of all of the rain. (Source: Summer Cooper) Parts of Princeton Road in Bossier Parish are washed out because of all of the rain. (Source: Summer Cooper)
Summer Cooper lives about a quarter of a mile from the washed out road and says chunks of dirt under the road are still breaking off.  (Source: Summer Cooper) Summer Cooper lives about a quarter of a mile from the washed out road and says chunks of dirt under the road are still breaking off.  (Source: Summer Cooper)
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BOSSIER PARISH, LA (KSLA) -

Parts of Princeton Road in Bossier Parish are washed out because of all of the rain. 

The area is near Princeton Elementary School in the town of Princeton. 

Summer Cooper lives about a quarter of a mile from the washed out road and says chunks of dirt under the road are still breaking off. No injuries have been reported. 

Residents in that area are without water because a water main in that area is broken, which also resulted in a water boil advisory for some members of Village Water System in the Haughton/Princeton area. The boil advisory is for customers along Princeton Road, Venus and Mack drives and Randy and Cindy lanes.

They say they were told crews haven't been able to get to the area because of all of the water. 

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