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Massive storm known as -- -- now a tropical depression marching in -- in its wake severe floods.
Widespread power outages homes splintered by tornadoes hundreds rescued and at least four people killed.
New Orleans rebuilt levees today held back -- its main storm surge but in surrounding areas.
-- he's reminding many of Hurricane Katrina floodwaters reaching the rooftops in Mississippi.
More than 100.
People were rescued from just one town.
We felt the worst of the storm was over.
But at some point last night as you aware the storm turned in we started getting a lot of rains in the fourth -- started coming back on us.
Mine in nearly half minute never -- Manhattan and the vessel -- We knew we had to -- Our -- about all -- -- it will be dates before the water recedes and hundreds of evacuees can return.
You what's left of their homes Phil Keating is live bush -- a lot.
He said -- is the whole coast of Mississippi under a flood warning.
Yeah that remains in a fact and this is -- you're looking at right here.
That -- above river which drains into the Gulf of Mexico.
Hours of straight relentless rains not only did that flood so many roadways making them impassable in his entire region.
But rivers which will ultimately allow all of that drainage to have the Gulf of Mexico they had nowhere to go -- there swollen they're flooding right now.
And here the wells ferry landing about thirty houses are inside.
And the only way in or out right now is if you either have.
Vehicle that is very tall above the water line or you've got a canoe or -- kayak for optometrists Craig bell well.
Isaak has certainly created an -- usual commute to work.
It is -- He's -- people -- Network industry picked -- there was vale do a better than.
Well you that we were used to it.
Some idea -- out it is -- All of the rivers in southern Mississippi right now above.
Flood stage here are three of them the Biloxi river seven feet above flood stage right now the wolf river seven feet as well and should -- to -- river is six and a half feet above flood stage and right now you see that one resident there well he's actually his mom lives inside their stories.
Often there in his truck in the boat and there and a -- -- -- And I have played and I says residents have votes or some way to get an out.
It was -- to the emergency operations centered on here they say absolutely there is further up north more rain possible.
Here locally another two to four inches possible today.
And that's going to add to the swollen rivers as they head on out there but the good news is the storm surge is now gone.
All of those crashing waves over today's -- Are back allowing the rivers to drain out so gradually.
These river ways will certainly go ahead and drain on out -- We've -- -- today and maybe into the weekend at least worry about what our markets are right thank you so much -- -- live from Biloxi Mississippi.
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