Thousands Displaced As Louisiana Has Historic Flood

Louisiana Is Falling Into The Sea (Image: MGN)

Louisiana has been hit with massive amounts of flooding over the past week as over thirty inches of rain have pelted down onto the state. Over 20,000 people have been rescued from the rising waters, 12,000 are being held in shelters. 200 roads are completely submerged under water, and 1,400 bridges are closed and waiting to be inspected. Governor John Bel Edwards has claimed that this has been a historic level of flooding for the state.

A federal emergency has been declared in Louisiana by President Barack Obama, as the sea continues to rise up and swallow the state. The massive flash flooding in Louisiana is being considered a historic event. More than 20,000 people have been rescued from the rising tide, 12,000 are in shelters, and at the moment, six have been pronounced dead.

It has been reported by authorities that



Leave a Reply

Recent Posts