26 September 2021
Over 5 feet of storm surge in Shell Beach, Louisiana. From a slow moving 50 mph tropical storm.
Photo of Lake Catherine/Chef Menteur Pass area courtesy Big Easy Media.
White caps forming on Lakeshore Drive on the New Orleans Lakefront.
Vehicles navigate Flooded Streets near west end in NewOrleans
Coastal erosion along Grand Isle. Sand burritos "potatoes" exposed Pontcha Surf Club
Lake Pontchartrain looks like a wave pool. 2-3feet of storm surge & much larger waves.
Some flooding in the Lake View area of New Orleans. Just had to help these folks push their car off the road out of the flooding after their car stalled. Do not drive through flooding.
1 year ago
[email protected]: At the request of @SenJohnKennedy & @SenBillCassidy of the Great State of Louisiana, I will be approving & signing today an EMERGENCY DECLARATION which will help with all aspects of the big storm that is currently hitting your shores. FEMA is already there. God Bless You
741a - A few tropical storm force gusts are being reported by some stations as this rain band moves through SE LA and coastal MS. Most gusts still in the 25mph to 35mph range. Most gusts still
Mandatory evacuation in Terrebonne parish for Zone 1, those are locations outside of the levee system. Four people are at the Houma Auditorium, before they walk in they get their temperature taken
Lower Lafitte currently bracing for Cristobal. Thousands of sandbags and nearly 40 working pumps currently in place and ready to go.1 year ago
Lower Lafitte currently bracing for Cristobal. Thousands of sandbags and nearly 40 working pumps currently in place and ready to go.
SPD have 6 units on scene of a shooting that left a male injured. It happened at 4:05a.m. in the 2500 block of Vivian Street. He suffered a gunshot wound to his leg
Two suspects are in custody following a shooting incident in Wardville.
The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a deadly shooting in 2600 block of Poydras Street.​ Both women were taken to the hospital where the one who was shot in the chest died.
Police have advanced down the on-ramp from Pontchartrain Expressway. Two dozen people still down here yelling at them before leaving as a group
New Orleans Police fired gas, crowd retreating. Looks like police advancing with an armored truck
BRFD responding to a house fire on Fig Street where two homes are believed to be involved.
Protestors still blocking both lanes of I-10,
Protestors seem to be moving off the interstate slowly as westbound lanes seem to be clearing
New Orleans police say they will be reopening I-10 soon. Protesters responded with chants "Y'all leave, we'll leave." GeorgeFloyd NolaProtest
Unrest among protesters: Clashing about nopd officers doing their jobs. This is as nopd has asked the crowd to move off the interstate
"Y'all leave, we leave" is the new chant. Protestors asking police to leave as they asked the same from the crowd
Interstate 10 blocked in both directions at Canal. Police in distance but doesn't look like a confrontation, at least yet. Lots of honking, at least some of it seemingly in support
Hurricane Hunters find that Tropical Depression 3 has become Tropical Storm Cristobal. Here are the earlier 10 AM CDT June 2nd key messages for the system1 year ago
Hurricane Hunters find that Tropical Depression 3 has become Tropical Storm Cristobal. Here are the earlier 10 AM CDT June 2nd key messages for the system
SPD have 10 units on scene of a shooting that left a male injured. He was shot at 2:41a.m. in the 2900 block of Peach St.The male victim suffered gunshot wound to his arm. He was transported to Ochsner
Approx. 20 NOPD vehicles, maybe more, keep circling the block on Loyola by Duncan Plaza over and over again with their lights on. Been happening for the last 10mins or so. Small group lingering folks from march still here (maybe 10); everyone else is gone
About 2,000 people now, winding through the quarter chanting "no justice, no peace."
Protesters marching past the New Orleans Police precinct in the French Quarter
Heading up Canal Street now. Sizable turnout, maybe a couple thousand. Handful of New Orleans police driving ahead to block off traffic
Organizers have megaphones set up in Duncan Plaza. Speakers addressing inequalities, poverty, racism in New Orleans
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