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All across the region our correspondent -- appointment is in -- plots Louisiana this evening and and I know they've been having problems since before dawn today.
-- they really had you know folks in this region they had.
Their generators and their batteries ready for power outages but they were not ready for this flooding really shocked by how quickly the waters rose all day long first responders and the department of wildlife and fisheries.
Have been making water rescue some 15100 across.
The state of Louisiana here in saint John's -- in the box they'll -- -- area 15100.
People let's mentioned across the state that 3300 actually had to evacuate.
Some 300 miles -- -- -- Shreveport Louisiana let's take a listen to some of those threats that.
Like -- -- them all over again.
-- of the people who people just got used to the water company and I really came out of loves everything.
And places like -- -- they haven't been vulnerable also flooding as much as other -- is.
In the past shepherd in the lieutenant governor says some officials are actually speculating that the fourteen and a half billion dollars that's been allocated to fortify these levees following Hurricane Katrina has hurt other parishes.
Because -- storm surge has to go somewhere.
And a lot of problems with gasoline so many places -- -- -- gas or don't have electricity -- -- the gas pumps.
It's in great shortage in my understanding is you saw a bit of a tussle over some guests today.
That it's been -- a lot myself by the -- in line for two hours and our cameras were rolling.
As the National Guard had to step in -- a woman cut in line and then caused a bit of a scuffle folks got.
Got pretty upset with her and you know it's it's really been.
Quite an issue here price gouging as well then Louisiana attorney general's office saying they are getting complaints about that which of course Sheppard is -- legal.
An -- live force looked -- Louisiana.
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