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Cars abandoned after Storm Barry submerges New Orleans road

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Cars abandoned after Storm Barry submerges New Orleans road

Cars abandoned after Storm Barry submerges New Orleans road

Floodwaters take over streets in New Orleans, Louisiana during Tropical Storm Barry, submerging an abandoned car and forcing traffic onto one side of the road.

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