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Louisiana Clean-Up Underway As Barry Moves North

NPR Sunday, 14 July 2019
Tropical Storm Barry dropped plenty of rain, caused lots of flooding, toppled trees and knocked out power to thousands. Now the clean-up gets underway as the storm moves north.
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