New Orleans Street Flooding: See Pics, Video


A resident paddles her kayak down S. Prieur St. in the Broadmoor neighborhood. Photo Credit: Jenn Bentley

Many city streets remain flooded after a morning thunderstorm dumped several inches of rain in New Orleans.

Flooding in Broadmoor

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Posted by Big Easy Magazine on Wednesday, July 10, 2019

St.Claude Ave flooding

Posted by Heather Hutton on Wednesday, July 10, 2019

 

Just stay home… unless you’re going to Galatoire’s…🍸 Photo credit: Skip Bolen

Posted by RealEstate New Orleans on Wednesday, July 10, 2019

 

 

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One thought on “New Orleans Street Flooding: See Pics, Video

  1. Couldn’t get out of our house this morning. My neighbor’s car was flooded, and we live uptown on higher ground. Really scared about the next 2 days. Y’all stay safe! Get those emergency candles, 2x4s, and sandbags ready!

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