Vehicle crash causes waterline break, significant damage to portion of Farrow Road, detour in place
A detour is in place, Saturday, on a portion of Farrow Road in Richland County while repairs are made after a City of Columbia waterline was damaged. The waterline was broken in vehicle crash overnight.
Significant damage was done to Farrow Road (SC 555) at Pine Wedge Drive, just south of the Town of Blythewood.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation SCDOT has established a detour while the waterline and road repairs are performed.
Motorists traveling southbound on Farrow Road from US-21 (Wilson Boulevard) will need to travel US 21 South for approximately 0.64 miles past Farrow Rd to Jenkins Brothers Road, turn left, then travel approximately 0.54 miles and turn right to onto Farrow Road .
Motorists traveling northbound on Farrow Road will turn left onto Jenkins Brothers Road, then travel approximately 0.54 miles and turn right onto US 21 (Wilson Boulevard), travel approximately 0.64 miles back to Farrow Road at Wilson Boulevard intersection.
(Residents in the Willow Lake Subdivision will need to follow the detour plans below.)
Residents wanting to travel south on Farrow Road will need to turn right onto Farrow Road from Pine Wedge Drive, travel approximately 0.50 miles, turn left onto US-21 (Wilson Boulevard), travel approximately 0.64 miles, turn left onto Jenkins Brothers Rod, travel approximately 0.54 miles and turn right onto Farrow Road.
The detour is approximately 1.70 miles in length and is anticipated to be in place through Feb. 2, 2018, barring delays due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.
SCODT apologizes for this inconvenience and will work closely with the City as the City and its contractors make waterline and roadway repairs.