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Residents brace for flooding threat in New Orleans

CBS News Thursday, 11 July 2019
In low-lying areas south of New Orleans, some residents left the area in anticipation of flooding
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News video: Man Paddles Down Flooded New Orleans Street

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Thunderstorms brought flash flooding throughout the New Orleans, Louisiana, area on July 10, and one resident took the opportunity to paddleboard down a residential street in the city, this video shows. A tornado warning was issued for the area, and there were reports of a possible waterspout nearby....

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