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Flooding threatens Louisiana as Barry moves inland

CBS News Sunday, 14 July 2019
The National Weather Service has issued flash flood warnings across the state of Louisiana as Barry continues to move inland. Broussard, Louisiana Mayor Ray Bourque joined CBSN on the phone to discuss the big issues facing his town.
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News video: Flooding is major concern as Tropical Depression Barry moves through Louisiana

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Flooding is major concern as Tropical Depression Barry moves through Louisiana

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