CM – Hurricane Ida strikes Louisiana, jumping levees and trapping people in attics


Staff Report – Hurricane Ida’s disastrous crawl across Louisiana flooded miles of streets and neighborhoods, tearing apart buildings and leaving hundreds of residents unable to call 911 because the service was down and cannot be rescued because the conditions are still too tricky to achieve. At least one levee towered over lower Jefferson Parish, …

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