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And extreme weather -- -- -- -- Finally weakening now to a tropical depression.
But the devastation far from over as you can see the storm left these neighborhoods completely under water.
At least 500 people had to be rescued from their houses.
Thousands forced now to live in shelters with absolutely nothing but the clothes on their backs.
I lost my vehicle my whole -- motorbike plus heavy again.
What I have been.
Actually but I home.
And is that -- -- flooding is now there's even a chance it could get worse that's because the dam that normally contains the tangent pro lake.
On the Mississippi Louisiana border was severely weakened by the storm and could break we're told at any moment crews desperately trying to stop that from happening.
At least 60000 people now being ordered to leave their homes in case it does happen.
And equipment she's been following Isaac from the very beginning and she joins us now from New Orleans, Louisiana with the latest good morning and a.
Ainsley and unfortunately some sad news to report families are waking up this morning dealing with the -- Of loved -- hurricane -- -- claimed the lives of two more victims bringing the total now.
So for now reports are that -- deputies in plaque -- Parrish pulled the bodies of a forty year old man.
And woman or at least they were in their forties from their kitchen -- the -- that they found out about it was after rescue -- some other people and taking them to a shelter who would apparently.
Seen this going on and I was pretty much the story all day yesterday some 15100 water rescues were made by.
First responders and the folks from the department of wildlife and fisheries.
And in saint John's parish alone 3300.
People were forced to evacuate many of them had.
Water and batteries and generators ready for power outages but we're shocked at how quickly the waters rose.
I would like to -- them all over again.
Water of the people who people just got used to the water company and I really came out -- loves everything.
-- lieutenant governor saying some officials are speculating that what is help some parish is is actually hurting others that the fourteen and a half billion dollars that was given after Hurricane Katrina to help fortify those levees is actually forcing storm surge and other areas that previously didn't have to deal with the flooding like what you just -- there.
In in saint John's -- some other issues -- -- dealing with its its gas of course the few stations that are actually open.
Are being -- and by the National Guard our cameras were won't rolling when an altercation happened a woman tried to cut in line and made quite a few people pretty upset.
Also -- Louisiana attorney general's office has been getting reports of price gouging -- -- of course.
It's a legal Ainsley had one other point to make is that that Louisiana Environmental Protection Agency has issued a waiver letting gas stations in the area used their summer blend in a better effort -- maintain their fuel supply -- -- -- Price gouging -- -- believe that those folks need a break there.
Thanks so much and a.
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