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New Orleans, Gulf Coast braces for possible hurricane

USATODAY.com Friday, 12 July 2019
A storm swamped New Orleans streets and paralyzed rush-hour traffic Wednesday as concerns grew that even worse weather was on the way.
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News video: Flash flood emergency declared in New Orleans as streets overrun with water

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New Orleans is being hit with widespread flooding and anticipation of a possible hurricane as a flash flooding emergency and tornado warning were declared today (July 10). "It's the worst I've ever seen," said Paige, the filmer. The National Hurricane Center predicts Tropical Storm Barry will...

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