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Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later
"Destruction from hurricane ida is lingering in Louisiana one month after hurricane ida roared ashore with a hundred and fifty mile per hour winds communities along Louisiana's southeastern coast including the feet in grand Isle are still struggling to recover without power or running water I do too fun Sylvano min Ironton sits twelve feet off the ground it's one of only about eight your neighborhood that was a swap by artist floodwaters visitor's pass homes washed off their foundations and coffins littering the lawns Katrina Michael Williamson with United Way of southeast Louisiana says the destruction is so far reaching there doesn't seem to be enough donations to go round our reasons so many of us are affected I have been doing our homework coverage personal today's ten trying to help our neighbors to I'm Jennifer king
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"The wreckage of a commercial fishing net shop in Golden Meadow, Louisiana, as water pours in Wet nets and big spools rope to make them hang in the dim ambient light. Griffin expects this whole hurricane mangled village to be off the grid for a month. Almost everyone's got storm damage. But if you have income until the fish is back, and he's smiling, just keep going. Just keep working. Keep working. That's the one thing about us down here. We survivors. We know how to survive of the land. So it's it's easy for us. Just get back on your feet and you go again. Major storms can be rejuvenating. Jean Blanchard says the shrimp always come back stronger after hurricane Others see an opportunity to build safer harbors The storms like I don't won't wreck as many boats, but for some shippers, it may be too little too late. Frank Morris, NPR News Grand ISLE, Louisiana. Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks two on weekend edition tomorrow morning for live special coverage of the day's ceremonies in New York City, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. You know you're listening to all things Considered from NPR news. I'm KQED public radio. I'm Michael Stayed in for Michelle Hennigan. Let's get to Julie Depression, a traffic update a very slow go on the peninsula. It's 6 18 Julie. I'm gonna say Meter entry crashes north. Dont wanna one at SFO. They're taking up the two right lanes..
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"Exactly. Let's say you ordered bacon. And instead they brought you sausage. Are you gonna not eat the sauce? Probably gonna eat that. Let's say you ordered your eggs over easy and instead, they brought you scrambled with cheese. How about your dad? Yeah, Me too. It's not what I ordered. They almost always mess up the the over easy, You know, they just can't quite seem to figure out how to get that yolk. Just right, Runny. I like it runny, runny, but but not wet. Runny. Not just a little running. Yeah, I had eggs. One time where it looked like they spray them down with water. No, no, no, no, that ain't running. That's just wet. Yeah, You're just but but it's good with the hash browns, though you soak the water. No. The Oh, yeah. Hey, people are on hold. Should we test these phone lines? Let's see what happens. We've been gone a couple of days. So who knows? Yeah. Who knows what happened this weekend in our studio? 866 I love W J. David calling from New Orleans. What's up, David? Hey, guys. Yeah. Headed into background. Paris. On the work. Um We don't have power at the factory. But we're going to try to get operations up ship some product out the Houston or Houston warehouse today. What sort of product Marine paint. I'm good, but I'm sure other people or we're needing something. Yeah. I don't specifically need that either, but I'd like you to ship it anyway. Yeah, the the shipping industry hasn't shut down other than New Orleans. Not much boat traffic coming into New Orleans right now. How's your home, David? I'm fine. I'll live on on the North Shore. Lost electricity for 55 days. Said on have Internet back, um, very little damage to my neighborhood. Um David, Do you feel like we had to? Do you feel like by missing out on the snark on Twitter that your life has improved a little and in some weird way, But, yeah, I don't do. I don't do social media at all. Good for you. Well, this talk radio is the original social media. I don't know if you guys heard and still the best and still the best. I agree. Uh, Dave, also calling from Louisiana. Go ahead, Dave. What do you call to say? Hey, green beans, guys, Um I just wanted to, uh This. This was in a very impressive star Mama between New Orleans and Grand Isle and Laffite. My arm Mark ended up hung up on a pile and it went all the way up. And like Mac, Mac, Smart. Missed it by that much, Uh, but died my robe one inch tighter. My my houseboat would have just come right back down. But, um so y'all still deal with that, Dave? Y'all still got flood water in the fee, right? Is it still Not that that that done and lower and lower Laffite right right where I'm at. I had eight Ft of water had three Ft. Of water in the house. How much of it is How much of it still there? The the mud is still here. I've got like, eight inches. Two provinces of mud in my yard. We got like it was like, four inches in the house. We got that hosed out. My kids and their friends were just amazing how they showed up and they and my wife they took everything we had and threw it away. You could take that much. You know what? You know what Look at what I was going to say You could take that mud and jar it up and sell it to some of my my north. Tell him it's good for their skin. You know. There you go. Yeah, and make a buck off of a day. First thing my wife says we're going to have one hell of a garden this year. I couldn't afford to bring in this much mud. Well, yeah, that's good. That's good for the plant. I feel like if the Zippity Doo da Day guys just dollar back on my radio and Q this morning, I start ripping out the sheet Rock and Uh, it's just great to have you all back and dude, I wouldn't miss those storms for the world. That was just awesome to watch. Wow. Wow, That is not the reaction. I would have thought I'd take the good with the bad. I don't feel no ways tired Walton and Johnson Radio network. Our so then I'd love some God, if you're cool times on there, and the rest is salad history. I made the best salad ever People and now I'm making the best app Caesar Sport School. I've got Lovin Game Betty Paula's.
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"Jalapeno peppers, Tripoli ramps us pick Project cheese and bacon as they say how they here They welcome you to say so come all down to boys and Have a cowboy kind of day. Yeah, the dynamite burger at Roy Rogers restaurants, One dynamite, burger Doordash and uber Eats are available at participating restaurants. I'm Andy Field, a State Department official telling ABC News that the department has helped evacuate for US citizens across one of Afghanistan's land borders. Nearly 40 million people traveling over Labor Day that has health officials worried about a new covid case surge. These are all people that should have been transferred out to Isis. Right away, and there are no issues in the state of Iowa. They're awful. So this is bad. It feels like a third World countries sometimes, so get your shots. People. Dr Lance Van Gundy at Unity Point Health in Iowa, urging people get vaccinated. Power's still out in parts of Louisiana eight days after Hurricane Ida A. B C's Elwin Lopez is in the plazas in Jefferson Parish, the National Guard, deploying floating bridges to ferry first responders into places where bridges were destroyed. The hardest hit communities may not see power until the end of the month. Grand Isle uninhabitable. This is ABC News. Another violent weekend in Chicago, with gunfire, killing a four year old. Already 280 miners have been shot in the city so far this year more than 30 have died, according to ABC affiliate WLS Police Superintendent David Brown says the victims of violence are most often innocent bystanders. It's always some other offender. Gang member. Promo network some beef and they're targeting some adult and young people are nearby. He says. Police officers in the city have recovered roughly 8500 illegal guns so far this year. Mark Remillard ABC NEWS Virginia will remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Richmond this Wednesday. Brazil's federal police investigating four Argentina footballers claims that they gave false travel information when they arrived for a World Cup qualifying match. Local health officials walked into the pitch seven minutes. Into the game to remove players who reportedly did not comply with Covid restrictions. Andy Field ABC News Angie's list is now Andy. Whether you need help.
"grand isle" Discussed on KCRW
"But help is arriving to dig out these towns and haul away debris on Grand Isle. At the very tip of southern Louisiana, A National Guard bulldozer was clearing dunes of sand that IDA dropped on the main road. But here again, the scale of work ahead is hard to wrap your mind around. A lot of the houses on this barrier island are just gone sheered away. It makes you wonder. Where do you start? Where do you start jewels? Baldwin was checking on his vacation camp, which sits up high on pilings. Looking out from the deck, Goldman said he's not sure what will happen next to this town. I got to feel a lot of people won't be back. Some people that got totally destroyed. A couple miles down the road. I climbed the ladder to talk with Jim King his house to sits up high on pilings of precaution. After the last big storm. We moved down here three months before Katrina lost. Everything we owned Started over again. King is 75 years old. He rode out, Ida right here. Part of the house broke off while he was inside. You can't describe anything because all it was was wind and rain. You can't see nothing. I hear nothing but rain and wind, King said his wife who didn't want to talk with me went to a shelter during Ida. King said she thinks he was crazy for staying. And when he saw how much destruction there was, he agreed with her. Now they've been told they might have to make do for a month without electricity, using their generator and camping out in their RV, King said. He really loves it here. But sometimes it's hard to remember why. Yeah, there's some good and some bad. Let me tell you what, And this, too, is the thing. People told me as they begin to rebuild one more time. They love life on this coast, but it's getting harder to sustain. Brian Mann NPR news At some point over the last 18 months. Each of us has probably thought about taking up some new past time. Some of us have even followed through. A gesture itself improvement or just a way not to go store crazy and couple times. Some of us have even taken up a musical instrument. Perhaps the piano Last fall, Bridget Shia took up the piano. A year later, she became the youngest winner of the prestigious elite International Music Competition, which grants the.
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"Of Hurricane Ida won't be tallied for a long time. It will be counted in dollars and in lives and also in land lost. CBS is Michelle Miller reports when Hurricane IDA blew ashore places like Grand Isle and La Plaza in Louisiana expected to be underwater, But the devastation in the mid and North Atlantic regions were unprecedented. There were accounts of dozens of people who have drowned in New Jersey in New York. I mean, it was literal that this storm is coming for you. Andy Horowitz teaches history at Tulane University and authored Katrina history 1915 to 2015. Did you expect that we would be where we are now? I certainly feared that we would be where we are now and the sort of policies that we make to 80. People are not to help people go home or help them find A safer place to live are really going to are going to be the story of item much more than simply the wind and the rain from last weekend, the Biden administrations $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan would support renewable energy and public works to cut emissions. There's another bill in Congress the budget reconciliation package, which is $3.5 trillion, that gets a little closer to the scale of the problem and really makes more investments in clean energy and trying to move us away from Burning all the oil that is causing these problems and making them continually worse. But according to geology professor Rob Young of Western Carolina University, it can't possibly protect more than 60,000 miles of US shoreline. It's not About what we put on the ground. To fix or protect things. It's what we're putting in the air. Right now. That's warming climate. That's where we need to be focusing our energies and for people living in vulnerable areas, he says. Mitigation is no longer an option. We have to have be able to have a serious, honest discussion about what we do with places that we know are so vulnerable. That they're always going to be at risk, and the risk is only going to go up with changing climate and all of those protections completed back in 2018 cost about $14 billion. It is ranked as one of the largest public works projects in world history, according to the Army Corps of Engineers, They now say that the system will be obsolete. By next year. That is Michelle Miller reporting 8 23 now Cairo radio Real time traffic. This one's brought to you by sold by every door dot com Here's Lacey Evans. I am checking cameras doing my best to find you Some delays out there, but it looks really good on this holiday Monday. No delays to speak of some drive times I five North found from Olympia to Tacoma, about 25 minutes from Tacoma up to downtown Seattle going to take you about a half an hour, So no problems there No problems I five staff found from Everett into downtown Seattle Ashes about a 25 minute drive as well. Uh, from the I five interchange on four or five southbound into Bellevue. That's just going to take you about 15 minutes. If you're starting up and ever it, just add another 10. It's a speed limit. Drive there. Four or five North. Um, we're not seeing any delays. The Valley Freeway is mostly clear. We do have some minor break tapping northbound. Just out of your wallet, But it's not really causing any huge problems. We do have a crash on 5 20 eastbound, uh, near 84th Avenue. It's blocking the HIV lane. But I'm not seeing any slowdowns. Because of this. It's a really good looking morning. This afternoon, though, could be different as people return home from their labor Day weekends, So give yourself extra time this afternoon, but this morning no problems at all. This traffic report is brought to you by sold by every door dot com Go to sold by every door dot com and list.
"grand isle" Discussed on KCRW
"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Conditions in southeast Louisiana are slowly improving. Eight days after Hurricane Ida made landfall along the Gulf Coast, NPR's Brian Mann says power is slowly being restored. Though dangerous heat is expected this afternoon. New Orleans evacuated more seniors over the last day because the heat and lack of air conditioning made their living conditions unsafe. There are utility crews everywhere in Louisiana more than 23,000 workers trying to restore power. But destruction from the storm is intense over a vast area jewels. Baldwin was inspecting damage his vacation camp on Grand Isle, where many homes were shredded by wind. Just Unbelievable destruction, building debris, furniture, the sand from the Gulf and the and the levy. The Coast Guard is investigating an oil spill nearby, apparently linked to damage to a pipe caused by IDA. Brian Mann. NPR NEWS GRAND ISLE, Louisiana The National Weather Service has posted a heat advisory today for areas that include New Orleans and Baton Rouge. IDA is blamed for at least 17 deaths in Louisiana and Mississippi. President Biden was in Louisiana three days ago to survey some of the damage left by IDA. Tomorrow the president will get a look at damage caused by the remnants of IDA in New York and New Jersey. At least 44 people were killed in those states, many by flash flooding. This is NPR news from Washington from KCRW. I'm Cherry Glazer Way state and local headlines. There's just over week to go now in California's recall election and the campaigns are heating up. Both Governor Gavin Newsom and leading Republican candidate Larry Elder are holding events throughout the state. They're accusing one another of putting Californians lives. At risk. During an appearance at the Hall of Justice in downtown Los Angeles Elder Slam Newsome for supporting progressive prosecutors like L. A County district attorney George Gascon. It's absolutely outrageous. There's a direct line between the crime going up. And soft on crime data is like the one we have in the Bay Area and like the one we have here and governor Gavin Newsom. Meanwhile, Newsome appeared in San Francisco's Chinatown with Asian American leaders. State Attorney General Rob Bonta was at his side. Larry Elder Is The exact opposite of this governor and is very dangerous. His leadership will lead two lives lost, his leadership will lead to health harm. His leadership is misogynistic and anti immigrant. It is not who we are. New Public Policy Institute of California poll found that 58% of likely voters do not support recalling Newsom. The last day to vote in the recall election is September 14th. California is one step closer to stripping badges from bad cops. After an emotional debate, the State Assembly has advanced a bill that would strip licenses from officers who engage in serious misconduct like excessive force dishonesty. And racial and gender bias. KCRW's Tara Patreon has the details. California is one of just four states that doesn't have a way to decertify bad police officers. This bill hopes to change that. A similar proposal was brought on after the murder of George Floyd last year, but it failed in the state's capital. The measure just approved.
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"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Conditions in southeast Louisiana are slowly improving eight days after hurricane item made landfall along the Gulf Coast. NPR's Brian Mann says power is slowly being restored. Though dangerous heat is expected this afternoon. New Orleans evacuated more seniors over the last day because the heat and lack of air conditioning made their living conditions unsafe. There are utility crews everywhere in Louisiana more than 23,000 workers trying to restore power. But destruction from the storm is intense over a vast area jewels. Baldwin was inspecting damage his vacation camp on Grand Isle, where many homes were shredded by wind. Just Unbelievable destruction, building debris, furniture, the sand from the Gulf and the and the levy. The Coast Guard is investigating an oil spill nearby, apparently linked to damage to a pipe caused by IDA. Brian Mann. NPR NEWS GRAND ISLE, Louisiana. The National Weather Service has posted the heat advisory today for areas that include New Orleans and Baton Rouge. IDA is blamed for at least 17 deaths in Louisiana and Mississippi. President Biden was in Louisiana three days ago to survey some of the damage left by IDA. Tomorrow The president will get a look at damage caused by the remnants of IDA in New York and New Jersey. At least 44 people were killed in those states, many by flash flooding. This is NPR news from Washington. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian What? In San Francisco, Tens of thousands of South Lake Tahoe area residents are allowed to return to their homes for the first time since they were pushed out last week because of the massive Cal door fire. Favorable weather over the weekend allowed crews to strengthen containment lines. State fire officials announced this morning that the fire is 44% contained. Several evacuation orders were downgraded to warnings yesterday.
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"Worst. They actually it's worse than Katrina hit here. As far as the water is concerned, we have some serious winds. He told me he found his house swamped by mud and muck thrown up by the storm. So, with that highway south of New Orleans blocked I back tracked and caught a ferry across the Mississippi River. The day was windless and the sun blistering on the far side of the river in this tiny little town called Phoenix. I met you Quan E Bank are working with her family hauling sofas and mattresses out of their house. Right now we're dealing with mold of flood. From the water from the roof, The floors being damaged and the walls off and everything falling apart is the last to recover from anchor said her family has enough food and water there cooking on a charcoal grill. But they still haven't had any contact with FEMA or other aid programs. They don't have insurance and anchor said she's not sure what to do. So we're looking forward for someone to come and help us out with some things and Hopefully, things go great for us. I heard this again and again hope as people start cleaning up and rebuilding, but also exhaustion and confusion. Did see FEMA centers and aid stations along the road as they drove. But the scale of this disaster is daunting, and a lot of these towns are really isolated. People told me. It's hard to get good information. There's still no power cell phone service is spotty. There's no Internet. There are mile long lines just to get gasoline. But help is arriving to dig out these towns and haul away debris on Grand Isle At the very tip of southern Louisiana National Guard bulldozer was clearing dunes of sand that IDA dropped on the main road. But here again, the scale of work ahead is hard to wrap your mind around. A lot of the houses on this barrier island are just gone sheered away. It makes you wonder. Where do you start? Where do you start jewels? Baldwin was checking on his vacation camp, which sits up high on pilings. Looking out from the deck, Goldman said he's not sure what will happen next to this town. I got to feel a lot of people won't be back. Some people that got totally destroyed. A couple miles down the road. I climbed the ladder to talk with Jim King his house to sits up high on pilings. The precaution after the last big storm. We moved down here three months before Katrina lost. Everything we owned started over again. King is 75 years old. He wrote out, Ida right here. Part of the house broke off while he was inside. You can't describe anything because all it was was wind and rain. You can't see nothing. I hear nothing but rain and wind, King said his wife, who didn't want to talk with me went to a shelter during Ida. King said she thinks he was crazy for staying. And when he saw how much destruction there was, he agreed with her. Now they've been told they might have to make do for a month without electricity, using their generator and camping out in their RV, King said. He really loves it here. But sometimes it's hard to remember why. Yeah, there's some good and some bad. Let me tell you what, And this, too, is the thing. People told me as they begin to rebuild one more time. They love life on this coast, but it's getting harder to sustain. Brian Mann NPR news Later on morning edition. Some parents in China are embracing the strategy known as chicken blood parenting to maximize their child's success in the future..
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"In Elizabeth, New Jersey reporter Alice Gainer, with terrifying stories of how fast the water roles when the Elizabeth River crested it sent water about 8 to 10 FT. High trapping some people in their ground floor apartments with nowhere to go heard her screaming and she was like, Help me help! I sell you okay, Several people saw their neighbor, a woman in her thirties, go outside with her dog. She was on the truck, but they say she went back into her apartment became trapped and died. Heard of me because I know that girl was in there. The mayor says. Three other people in the complex also died. A man in his thirties and two people in their seventies. Two sisters aged 67 84 1 of them blind. Kept trying to position themselves above the water. We stand up anything The water was up to. Here He was singing. Come my hair. Jesus. Come on. Sonia Rivera lives upstairs. I kept step, stopping on the floor to make sure they were still alive. First responders arrived in a boat to Rivera's, and within minutes, the fire department used a saw to drill through the floor so they could rescue the women below. I say, Why are we are gonna do you? The hurricane? The waters is up to Of the year, but they did have been like five minutes. He was three minutes. I think we should have been gone. She came out of the water praising God and I was right there with a reporter Alice Gator on the Gulf Coast. CBS's Jim Priscilla covered the landfall of Hurricane Ida and joins us Allison Island downtown New Orleans on Famous Canal Street. I've gone the past week or self, uh, here in New Orleans. Uncovering Ida experiencing Ida. I also experienced Hurricane Katrina here 16 years ago. And a couple of general observations first off in terms of the city. I think there was far more damage in Katrina, then from Ida. Now outside the city. It's the exact opposite a lot more damage outside of New Orleans proper, especially to the parishes, the bayou parishes to the southwest, Tremendous, tremendous property damage. In Homa places like that mortgage city, Thibodeau and then further south down towards Grand Isle, But I can tell you having experienced both Alison but in the aftermath of Katrina I and my colleagues from CBS and really colleagues with the other media who were here really feared for our lives because of the lawlessness, especially the first 345 days after Katrina hit. I remember Katrina hitting on Monday, and the storm itself wasn't that bad. But then, of course, the levees gave away in the city flooded and we all know the history, but I haven't had that sense at all with item in terms of these past several days after either came and going on Sunday came and went on Sunday. I haven't felt any kind of personal danger or or fearing for my safety. I'm curious, Jim. I know that, as you just said you were there for for Katrina. And I know you've also been talking to people that are without power and food and water and might be for weeks. I wonder. If people there are wondering what the heck is the government doing that This is a huge problem. All of these years later, I see a lot of people saying, Where's FEMA? Where's FEMA? Where's the help for us? Yes, it's you effect here is the class shape of deja vu all over again. But yes, In terms of the power situation, many of these people are reliving the misery and, frankly, the hell they went through after Katrina without power without any condition. Obviously, New Orleans is a warm place and even this time of the year Every day. It's it's in the nineties, mid nineties with the heat index well and well above 100. It's just miserable. You're sweating. You're frankly, your smelly. A lot of people haven't had a shower for a week or so. So, yeah, it's very difficult. Very little warm food is available. Virtually no stores are open a handful if they have a generator. Some of the grocery stores have reopened again on generator power. Again. Yeah, People are very I certainly not to the degree, the frustration and the anger they had after the train. I haven't sensed that with this, but at being said, give it another Whatever week or two for these poor people down here if they still don't have power and our conditioning, uh, they're gonna get pretty desperate. CBS's Jim Priscilla. Coming up reaction to the Texas abortion ban. That's next on the CBS News weekend. Roundup. I heart radio Earth is here with little tips for a healthier planet. A staggering eight.
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"Us hurricane ida is blamed for at least four deaths in mississippi and louisiana. The storm devastated large parts of the gulf. Coast knocking out critical infrastructure. Npr's debbie elliott reports officials in new orleans. Say some small sections of the city got their power back yesterday. Louisiana officials say getting power restored if only to a fraction of the more than a million who lost electricity and ida is a sign of progress but challenges remain. There are widespread fuel shortages. More than half a million people are without water and sewer systems. aren't working jefferson parish. president. Cynthia lee shang was able to see the scope of the damage by helicopter. Utter devastation. you i would. We flew over grand isle. We flew over. Lafitte it's like you take a little house. You crumple it up in from the helicopter. It looks like matchsticks like a little pile of matchsticks sharing his telling residents who evacuated ahead of the storm. Not to come back yet. Debbie elliott. Npr news new orleans. The white house says president biden will travel to new orleans tomorrow. He'll meet with state and local leaders and view recovery efforts. The state of washington has appealed controversial bankruptcy settlement for purdue pharma the maker of the opioid oxycontin. Npr's brian man reports a federal. Judge approved. Deal yesterday that grants immunity from opiate lawsuits to the company's owners members of the sackler family. The sackler issued statements. Praising this outcome and again denying any wrongdoing. They've agreed to pay four point. Three billion dollars and give up control of their bankrupt drug company. The settlement approved by judge. Robert drain shelters them from any future lawsuits linked to the opioid crisis. Critics say produce farmers marketing of oxycontin helped spark an addiction epidemic killed hundreds of thousands of people in the us attorneys for washington state have appealed the bankruptcy settlement. The justice department has also said it might challenge the deal if upheld this plan will provide billions of dollars in funding for drug treatment programs brian man. Npr news you're listening to npr news from washington the us special climate on voi- john kerry is finishing his trip to asia. Today he meant china's foreign minister to discuss joint efforts to combat climate change. Their meeting comes ahead of a world. Climate summit planned for november in scotland but china's foreign minister says the us needs to put aside political differences to tackle this shared problem that includes us demands about human rights in china and hong kong. The state department has extended a ban on us citizens traveling to north korea that was imposed during the trump administration. Npr's anthony kyun reports from seoul. The one year extension takes effect today. The state department says that. Us citizens continue to face possible arrest and long-term detention in north korea so us passports will continue to be invalid for travel there. The ban was enacted in twenty seventeen after the detention and subsequent death of cincinnati. College student otto warmbier. Who was accused of stealing a propaganda. Poster critics say the band's extension goes against the biden administration stated intentions to allow humanitarian aid into north korea and allow americans with family in the north to be reunited the band mentioned possible exceptions for humanitarian aid workers and journalists but not for family. Reunions anthony kuhn. Npr news seoul. The national civil rights museum in tennessee says it will present one of its freedom awards this year two former first lady michelle obama. The museum will also award the leaders of the poor people's campaign which works to fight racism and poverty. I'm korva coleman. Npr news in washington..
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Ida Lashes Northeast With Tornadoes and Severe Flooding
"As we mentioned remnants of hurricane ida have been spawning heavy rain tornadoes and life. Threatening conditions in the mid atlantic northeast. A tornado warning was even posted here in new york city. Major highways are flooded with cars and buses trap and the subways are shutting down in what the national weather service says is the city's first ever flash flood emergency. Several large tornadoes were reported north of philadelphia and in south jersey. As we mentioned new jersey's governor phil murphy has just declared a state of emergency. Some neighborhoods had to be evacuated cars and buses there were stranded in floodwaters and now thousands in the region are without power earlier this afternoon. What twister roared through. Parts of annapolis maryland pulling down trees and power poles and in louisiana. Where this same storm system tore apart the state's power grid. Some low lying communities remain largely underwater. Many hospitals in the state are still running on generators and again today. The governor warned evacuated residents knocked comeback yet. The water system is really poor. Electricity is non-existent. Communications actually started getting a little bit better today. We have not figured out the fuel situation. Don't come back before the paris tells you that they are ready to receive you because you're just going to create another demand on a system that can't withstand the demand that currently has for more. We welcome to the broadcast joe. Valenti is the emergency management director for jefferson parish louisiana. Now take a look at this map. Jefferson parish stretches from new orleans the new orleans shoreline with lake pontchartrain. All the way down to grand isle in the gulf joe. Thank you for being with us. How are you faring. And how are the people in jefferson parish tonight. Well i mean. District type of circumstances are not really new to us but doesn't been difficult when he completely lost the grid one hundred percent of the power. So it's made it very difficult process to affect any rescues
Ida Updates: The Latest on the Storm's Aftermath in Louisiana
"Hurricane Ida are now bringing intense rain and flood risk from Virginia into Maine. Louisiana, which took the full brunt of a Category four storm when it hit on Sunday, is still assessing the damages. Several people were killed and the death toll is expected to rise. The governor warning residents who fled the worst hit areas not to come back where there's still no basic infrastructure. President Biden has announced he's headed to New Orleans Friday to check out the damage he'll meet with state and local leaders. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports hundreds of thousands of people in Louisiana. Still have no electricity. The lights are back on for some in New Orleans, but much of the region remains without power, water, sewer and communication systems are also severely damaged. New Orleans has set up cooling stations to help residents cope with the heat and humidity. Makeshift distribution points are also handing out food, water and ice in the city and in harder hit parishes to the south and west. Meanwhile, search and rescue teams are working in flooded communities, and authorities are trying to get a handle on the scope of the destruction. Jefferson Parish officials, for instance, say the barrier island of Grand Isle is uninhabitable. Debbie
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Louisiana's Search and Rescue Efforts Intensify After Hurricane Ida
"Are beginning the enormous task of recovering from Hurricane Ida. It could be doing it without power for a month or more. ABC s Matt Gutman Reports. Hurricane second strongest Hurricane to hit Louisiana obliterating homes neighborhoods sinking underwater rescue effort massive in scope over 5000 National Guard on the ground with search and rescue efforts across Louisiana and Mississippi. Search and rescue helicopters crisscrossing the sky, the kg navy and other volunteers out in force. In the Plus, we joined Michael from the Cajun Navy. As we traveled on what were once clear roadways, power lines submerged underwater. Do you find people? Gas stations and fast food restaurants. Now islands. Leslie Calvert lived in a two story home and rode out the storm. Thinking she'd be safe contributed that the rain discussed coming and didn't stop coming Brain You worry at one point that you might not make it. I called to tell my Children I love I'm Grand Isle. Dozens of people didn't evacuate, but a sign of hope the Coast Guard spotting stranded residents of the fishing community, clearing a roadway officials saying they all survived. They kind of gave a thumbs up. Sauce gave us the ability that they're getting back to work, and then we'll get to him as soon as we can. Just want to give you a sense of how chaotic A was here yesterday. 911 Services out. No cell phone signal. State troopers telling me they were listening to their car radio to get information yet Somehow it all worked in the coming hours. You can see plenty of boats back on these waters. Many high school
The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"grand isle" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"To start listening. The second person has been confirmed dead in louisiana. After hurricane item it landfall south of new orleans as a category four storm yesterday. Sixteen years to the day after hurricane katrina hit louisiana today. Louisiana's governor john. Bel edwards said. This i will just tell you that. I had a number of conversations overnight and today with parish presidents and other officials who believed that the death count attributable to the hurricane will go up because they see catastrophic damage in certain places that they have every reason to believe we're inhabited at the time. The damage occurred. There are more than two thousand people in shelters in louisiana. Tonight the levees around new orleans did not fail as they did in katrina more than a million people do not have power in louisiana. There is no power in the city of new orleans crews are working to restore power beginning with hospitals that are now relying on generators louisiana power company says it may take up to three weeks for some people in the areas to How their power restored ida is now a tropical storm moving north through mississippi today president biden told the governors of louisiana and mississippi and mayors in both of those states how to get more help from the white house the main thing. I want to make clear at all of us. We're providing any help we that you're going to need and so i've got As i said i've got my senior adviser cedric richmond. Here with me. Y'all know him. He's a new. Orleans native congressman. Louisiana was a congressman louisiana's second district for ten years. He knows he knows the people and and who have been affected by and he knows how to get things done in government while fema is our lead for on the ground response. If there's something you need needs my attention. Cedric sure direct line direct line in the white house throughout this recovery. And whatever you need go to cedric. You'll get to me. We'll get you what you need if we can't join us now. Msnbc anchor olneyville. She who is in new orleans l. What is the latest tonight The latest is that this is a dark dark city. This is a roofing from a nearby building that has collapsed. I'm here in the french quarter. Which is you know would look like this if you had lights. But there are no lights anywhere in new orleans new orleans and that's because while the city's levees and pumps and all that which they spent about sixteen billion dollars on since katrina worked to keep this city dry during the storm. Take a look at this. This is decatur street. There are no lights anywhere. There's no power going to anywhere in this city whatsoever energy. The company that produces the power. He says that all eight transmission lines are dead. So there are bucket trucks and people going around fixing you know trees falling on power lines. They're repairing all of that but it doesn't matter because there's no power coming from the source energy says that they will try and get power to most people within seven to ten days now some people power before that The sewage and draining company Authority here they obviously need to be able to sanitize water. So they're getting some help from the electric utility police infrastructure like streetlights. They're going to try and get to them. First hospitals but if you are a commercial or a residential customer. You're not getting power if you do not have a generator in new orleans. It's a densely packed. City as you know lawrence o. A lot of people don't have generators here. You're not getting power for seven to ten days in the hard hit areas. They're saying it's going to be three weeks or longer. Some of the parishes outside of new orleans which did flood by the way where levees did overtop. They are not getting power for a while in tonight. Even though there was very little loss of life in new orleans. I believe we've only got one confirmed death in the city there. There is a lot of threat. In outlying parts of louisiana in those parishes that border orleans parish to the west there are still rescues underway. In some of those places do south of us in lafitte Grand isle apparently about forty people there although they chose to stay there so they are somewhat prepared to write it out so this is not the catastrophe that a lot of people were worried about. It's an entirely different catastrophe and we can only hope in these hot muggy nights that people in the city get their power back fairly soon lawrence l. Is there any temporary plan on power or is it. Just sit and wait until the system begins to work again. Yeah the the mayor's actually said if you left the city don't come back. Do not come back. you're going to. You're going to be a hot place. People are actually walking around you too many of them but people are walking around because their houses have become very hot. Gets up to about ninety in the day right now. It feels like one hundred because as you know. This is humid city. There are shelters and cooling centers that are being opened Not everybody's figured out how to use them just yet. Because i think there are hoping this changes soon but as they realize on day two and day three day. Four that it's going to be this hot. They may start to see some of those places being used alabel. Thank you really appreciate it. Pleasure thank you. Join us now lieutenant. General russel honore former commander of the joint task force for hurricane. Katrina what general. What is your assessment of the situation and what needs to happen next. Well we've got good code nation between the state federal government and the parish. Good communications at all points. So all.
The Kevin Sheehan Show
"grand isle" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Be through the roof whether events always do that For television networks. Do hope that everybody You know did much better than anticipated. I know some of those areas like homa. Ah louisiana in grand isle. I'm really took the brunt of it. And i'm sure that even in the new orleans and metro area wasn't great. I don't even know why. I started with whether i think one of the reasons was. Is that again. This upcoming weekend is gonna feel like the beginning of fall. It's not technically the fall. It feels like fall when we get to labor day weekend And with labor day weekend comes the beginning of football season now. We had a couple of college games over this past weekend. But i can't wait for football season. I'm talking about real football. The preseason is over thankfully and mandate nfl teams handle the first three game. Preseason in a variety of ways. I have no idea which way was right and which way was wrong. And perhaps there's not even a right or wrong. Answer to this ron rivera. As way was to sit everybody saturday night against the ravens to ensure they get to the opener. On september twelfth against the chargers healthy john harbaugh took the other route and lost his starting running back. J dobbins for the year to a torn c. l. Tom brady was out there with his defending super bowl. Champion team slinging balls against the perceived worst team in the league. Houston the other night. Aaron rodgers didn't take a snap in the entirety of the preseason nor did just in herbert who will start for the chargers here in september twelfth. He in pretty much every other star player for the chargers. Sat all three games. While buffalo's josh allen the other day through twenty six passes on three drives in the first half in buffalo's win over the packers. I mean we could sit here and argue and debate and discuss this topic in which way right and which way is wrong until we're blue in the face. I'm not really interested in it very rarely if ever do we get into this kind of discussion. End of regular season in december january talking about. Oh if they just would have handled august differently. Unless of course there's like a serious august injury in a preseason game like jk dobbins or worse if you were to lose a starting quarterback a really good starting quarterback that has season-long implications but anyway we get real football this weekend with a full slate of college games and then the nfl. Season opens up. September ninth a week from thursday night in tampa the reigning champs against the cowboys. That game by the way is going to be an absolute television ratings monster brady and the buccaneers against the cowboys on thursday night. Football to open up this It's a gain. That's going to be interesting for us and for the division by the way If you care. And i do not the nfc east one. Just one game in the preseason. They were one. Eleven and one overall a philadelphia had thai thirty one. Thirty one tie on the other night. Why the lone win in the division was washington's thrilling. Seventeen to thirteen win over the bengals A week ago A bengals team. Without joe borough playing for cincinnati On the show today on the show today. The second part of my conversation with santana moss. A lot of you reached out to tell me how much you enjoyed the first part from friday. Today you'll hear him for another thirty minutes tell stories. Including one about sean taylor. He's also gonna shares thoughts on this year's team. How good of a season this team We'll have this year so that's coming up shortly a heads up for later in the week the i smell test of the year year. Sixteen for the smell test. Eleven winning seasons four losing seasons. I finished last year. I was looking at this the other day. Because i remembered that i really finished up strong in the playoffs. i was nine and four in the postseason last year. Four no four ndo on super bowl sunday. I gave out the bucks. I gave out the under in the game in the super bowl. I gave out the under in the first half and i gave out the bucks in the first half all four. Those hit i also went three and one conference championship weekend so it was a seven and one finish to last year And that locked up another winning season record wise. anyway. I'm very aware of the percentage Needed to actually win money But i ended up with a winning season and that is Eleven winning seasons four losing seasons in the fifteen years. I can't believe it's been fifteen years that i've been doing the smell test so the i smell test of the year.
"grand isle" Discussed on WTVN
"Told us that so case is going to give us an update tomorrow. At around 7 35 give us an update and assess the damage a little bit more, but the storm brought 150 mile per hour winds 24 inches of floodwater. Grand Isle, which is One of the southernmost points just south of New Orleans, pretty much at the mouth of the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. I mean, beautiful area beautiful fishing area, too. But all those homes are on stilts, and it was no time at all that they had six Ft of water. Underneath the houses on stilts. I like to call I thought, Wow, that'd be a neat place to live. And then you see a hurricane. You're like, Hmm. No, thanks. I'm not so sure that I want to be there. ABC says all the power went out New Orleans around 9 10 last night. Now we were talking about six ft of water in some areas of Grand Isle. But picture this some parts of Louisiana overnight experienced storm surges. Of 15 ft. Now some of the new infrastructure and levees that they built specifically in New Orleans. With the Army Corps of Engineers had the ability to push back and hold up to what is it 20 Ft of Storm Surge 20 FT almost double what it was. What 16 years ago with Katrina now, as Casey, our friend told us an hour ago, when you start to go towards the outskirts, either they didn't get enough funding from the government or they didn't upgrade him because they're not 20 ft. Tall to be able to withhold some of those storm surges. There were 22 barges. That were set loose. Uh, as far as we know this morning, we're still trying to figure out if those barges are still on the run in the Mississippi River, which, as you can imagine, you know, obviously, that's pretty dangerous. At least one death so far is what we know. But, you know power with obviously, with that being out there, saying it could be up to six days or longer before power. Gets back on, and I found this interesting cause. Remember whenever there's a major hurricane, you hear this being reported, and according to Time magazine, they claimed that the government uses Waffle House restaurants if you heard that before. They'll use Waffle House restaurants to gauge damage.
"grand isle" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Problems on 59th Trust Villa, right. 20 Through leads Next report at 7 10. I'm Captain Carl and Alabama's morning news. Well, it is going to be a cloudy, rainy day for us today. We're going to 83 for the high this afternoon. We've got a flash flood watch in effect until seven o'clock Tuesday night. Also a wind advisory starts at 10 o'clock this morning that will also go until seven o'clock Tuesday night. The rain starting to start in some areas we've got mostly cloudy. 76 Alabama's morning news. Leah Brannen has an update. So and what is now Tropical Storm Ida Force here in just a couple of minutes, But first Fox News covers the World News Radio one Oh 55. W E. R C Birmingham. W We are cfm Hoover your world now. The sun is just shining and all the damage Ida has done. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News is the tropical storm now, but hit Louisiana's coast is a powerful hurricane. I was terrified. No, I never saw that before the rain that water and the wind. It's her first hurricane stuck in New Orleans, where she went for a birthday party. Foxes. Heaven brown. Is there live Yeah, David Today it may be possible for officials and first responders to at least assess damages and try to rescue any stranded people. More than a million are without power this morning as all eight transmission lines serving the New Orleans Metro are not operational. That not only affects lights, but air conditioning, which can be a health hazard in August heat It also affects water and the ability to pump out flooded areas in the nearby town of Alliance of Possible Levee breach triggered an emergency evacuation. Late last night. Grand Isle the vacation spot on the Gulf, recorded a 40 FT High Storm surge day. When a man was killed when a tree fell on his home outside Baton Rouge. Hours after U. S drone strike took out a vehicle carrying at least one suicide bomber in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul. Another attack they're mostly thwarted by the U. S military last night, US systems were able to take down rockets aimed at the Kabul airport. There were no casualties reported the White House says the president.
"grand isle" Discussed on Hard Factor
"They have a guy that everybody like. He'll awesome for this amid something really entertaining. I number one the cream of the crop today. The other crop it's hurricane ida along with hurricane ida though we'll end it was some positive stuff but i Hurricane ida made landfall in southeast louisiana on sunday morning. On the sixteenth anniversary of hurricane katrina on august twenty ninth as a category four with maximum wind speeds of about one hundred and fifty miles per hour in reported six to eight foot storm surge throughout the area. The gulf coast were hit. Land the i Hit land right over homa louisiana shoutout lots of friends of heart factor in homa and it's tracking to continue inland between the i should go between new orleans and baton rouge. That's what it's looking at as time a taping and it's a category four so that means it has super strong winds like one hundred fifty up to one hundred fifty miles an hour as the time of taping at least five hundred thousand residents louisiana. I think maybe even more have are without power and ida is down to a category three and it's about thirty ish miles outside of neurons. Southwestern orleans isn't moving pretty quickly It's slowed down significantly when it hit land like like all hurricanes do but still continuing inland. So but there's tons of like so far like the the the videos keep getting and worse. There's lots of wind videos fucking with the boats. Tearing roofs off everything else. I just saw report in new orleans. There there's like some elderly people who are damaged building. So yeah there's gonna be some some some bad news. I'm sure know as you as you're waking up and listening to this and checking the latest But hopefully the damage isn't similar to katrina because ida is about one third of the size of katrina so good so even stronger winds at landfall. It's it's a. It's a much smaller hurricane. So hopefully it's really and it's going between norrland's in baton rouge hopefully hit everything head on right or the levees like. Oh we got the big motherfucker with katrina right unlikely to happen right. Th i think because it's a third of the size of the storm surge isn't what it is with the much larger storm like katrina was so so hopefully it's the same kind of flooding damage. Right wins definitely strong. So if they're in the direct path fuck off a lot of it is. You're talking about the time lapse of like doing the video on the in the parking garage because a lot of people like parking garages or whatever and When it was really bad the parking garage. Luckily hell on earth like you couldn't see it was so windy. And so the little slats the little tiny slabs of a parking garage. Look you would get fucking annoying. There's a place called grand isle which is like a write off like the very very south louisiana coast and they were showing videos from there. And it's just like you can't even hear anything it's just like all wind and Storm to three luckily our winsome and get fox. That's ridiculous yeah. It's it's bad and is expected expected to keep pushing north and eventually end up toward nashville today late today or early tomorrow where it's already been flooding. Recently as we've covered it was flooding so bad. Last saturday in nashville. That local helicopter reporter are starting. He'll he'll copter pilot. Joel boyer's of health star aviation from nashville was having to rescue people off their roofs like straight up. He's like a little red helicopter and who's gonna roof to roof picking people up. Boys got a call from people in waverly tennessee which is where the really bad flooding was. Who needed rescuing so flew in And he got about a dozen people off like directly off their roofs in his tiny little helicopter. You had to pick them up one at a time. It was crazy going from like a parking lot to the roof. Parking lot picked up a.
NBC Nightly News
Hurricane Ida Hits Louisiana With Extreme Winds, Storm Surge
"The gulf region is once again being put to the test ida hit as a devastating cat. For just hours ago i making landfall with winds of one hundred fifty miles an hour. It's rare double. I wall the hallmark of an especially intense hurricane and as we head into the night officials fear the worst saying the impacts will be catastrophic thousands of national guard troops have been called up to help with rescues. Fourteen million people are now in ida's path. Rising waters already swallowing areas of the gulf coast. This video showing ida storm surge pushing in. It's all coming on the grim anniversary of hurricane katrina sixteen years ago our nbc teams are covering every angle of this story across louisiana and mississippi including the life or death decisions of the residents. Still here when ida hit tonight. Hurricane ida slamming into louisiana as powerful cat four storm sending fierce winds up to one hundred fifty miles per hour and sergio waters the life-threatening threatening system carving a path of destruction over several hours this massive tree falling on a house in harvey louisiana the fire department in grand isle. Right on the gulf coast. Taking on water and further north in delacroix. A time lapse of security cam showing another firehouse. Also taking on water in just one hour. Plus this video a ferryboat breaking loose and in the french quarter more damage tonight. Fierce tornadoes could shoot from the eye of the storm. There is no doubt that the coming days and weeks are going to be extremely difficult for our state. Nearly five thousand national guardsmen assisting in the field paramedics suspending service due to dangerous winds. This is going to be a devastating devastating hurricane. A life threatening storm
NBC Nightly News
"grand isle" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Up in new orleans alone. A serious test of the city's levee system emergency services suspended sewage and pump stations failing and shelters filling up on the same day. Hurricane katrina hit sixteen years ago and enough ghanistan the us military carries out another strike against an imminent threat to the kabul airport. While here in the us president biden and the first lady honor the fallen servicemembers killed in the kabul airport attack. This is nbc nightly news with kate. Snow and good evening from new orleans. Tom llamas in for kate's no tonight as you can see the gulf region is once again being put to the test ida hit as a devastating cat. For just hours ago i making landfall with winds of one hundred fifty miles an hour. It's rare double. I wall the hallmark of an especially intense hurricane and as we head into the night officials fear the worst saying the impacts will be catastrophic thousands of national guard troops have been called up to help with rescues. Fourteen million people are now in ida's path. Rising waters already swallowing areas of the gulf coast. This video showing ida storm surge pushing in. It's all coming on the grim anniversary of hurricane katrina sixteen years ago our nbc teams are covering every angle of this story across louisiana and mississippi including the life or death decisions of the residents. Still here when ida hit tonight. Hurricane ida slamming into louisiana as powerful cat four storm sending fierce winds up to one hundred fifty miles per hour and sergio waters the life-threatening threatening system carving a path of destruction over several hours this massive tree falling on a house in harvey louisiana the fire department in grand isle..
The Authority Project
"grand isle" Discussed on The Authority Project
"Of mine. Geico troy dean runs an awesome company who wpa elevation. He was out in miami and he said. Come out and speak to my guys. Because you don't really know what you're going to be doing. I was like. I'm unsure. Of what i wanna do next and you say we'll come out and talk to them in the number one question they had was. How could you possibly sell a website for twenty five grand. How could you sell marketing services for twenty grand isle. Like that's easy. that's the easy bit. So i kind of wrote that down and that became a webinar in a facebook group and then a series of webinars and and now it's a course and books and software. Yes so we're sales training marketing agencies. Now and that's what i do day in day out. I love it i love it. So that's my second question is what is your current products on. So that's probably as up meals to that again. No really. I mean car right now. Like specifically all big thing is working on conversion. so we're looking at our. We're looking at optimizing anyone who comes into our system like any audience member new lead. We wanna make sure that we serve them as best we can. So we've taken on some more coaches and we've got a few more team members and stuff so we're really looking at just trying to serve our audience best. We can moment on. I'm learning 'cause. I'm very good at the sale side but i'm not great at the community management side and the engagement side. It's a very different process. So that's what. I'm working on right now. That's a long term longtime project. Definitely definitely so lastly before we get in get into it. What is your daily routine key question. I saw yeah. I've got a really strict set routine. I'm up at five thirty in the morning. And then i exercise pro probably around two hours a day and then spend some time with my wife during lockdown. It's slightly different because obviously you don't have a commute like a. uk's in total lockdown. But then maybe i'll. I'll either drive into the gym or drive into the office and depending on what day it is quite set routine. I try to spend two hours in the morning from nine to eleven writing content. So that's the writing video scripts filming videos writing books writing emails and then after that depending on what day it is. Maybe it'll be meetings or coles or more training off go class set like calendar if it's not in the calendar it doesn't exist as far as i'm concerned and that level of discipline has given me massive amounts of freedom and i used to be really against it but i'm very much into the routine..
Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
So You Write Your Headline & Test
"A body recovered in the search for 12 missing crew members after a commercial vessel capsized off the coast of Louisiana. ABC is Lana Molly's has more. The Coast Guard recovered one unresponsive person in the water Thursday night, officials say a helicopter crew spotted the body in the water. The man was transported to Coast Guard station Grand Isle, where he was pronounced dead. The name of this victim and the other missing crew members has not been released due to privacy concerns. Divers had to stop the search for hours Friday due to dangerous weather conditions Line on Boys, ABC News Time
Commercial Boat Capsizes South of Louisiana, Coast Guard Rescues 6
"The water after a boat capsized off the coast of Louisiana, the U. S Coast Guard says they're still searching for others who might be in the water south of Grand Isle, the Coast Guard and several goods. Samaritan Boat crews responded to a commercial lift vessels. Distress signal Tuesday afternoon. You're listening to
All Things Considered
Hurricane Zeta slams into Gulf Coast, killing at least 5
"The Gulf Coast have been dealing with unrelenting tropical winds and high water. Last evening, Hurricane Zeta became the fifth named storm of the 2020 Atlantic season to strike Louisiana. Zeta has taken at least five lives on its race across several states. Millions are without power, and Louisiana's governor John Bell. Edwards, calls the damage in the barrier island of Grand Isle catastrophic. Heartbreaks because this has been a tough tough year, and we've been fighting a Kobe and public health emergency since March. We've had so many main storms that have come through Louisiana on DH to do that on the almost at Halloween.
All Things Considered
Tropical Storm Zeta leaves behind widespread damage, power outages across Gulf Coast
"Winds and high water. Last evening, Hurricane Zeta became the fifth named storm of the 2020 Atlantic season to strike Louisiana. Zeta has taken at least five lives on its race across several states. Millions are without power, and Louisiana's governor John Bell. Edwards, calls the damage in the barrier island of Grand Isle catastrophic. Heartbreaks because this has been a tough tough year, and we've been fighting the Kobe and public health emergency since March. We've had so many main storms that have come through Louisiana, Andi and to do that, on the almost at Halloween. Joe Valiant is the emergency management director of Jefferson Parish,
AP News Radio
Zeta barrels across Southeast after battering weary coast
"At least six deaths are being blamed on zeta as the storm moved quickly along the southeast zeta reach land as a category two hurricane in Louisiana well done to much freaky forest lives in one of the more than two million homes without power Jeanne glorious preparing for the long haul I have no lights I don't know how long they'll be without power I'm hopeful that my generator gets fixated didn't weaken much as it moved into Georgia in my neighbor's yard at ten Downing David Griffin in Atlanta wasn't as close to that tree as another member of the family is that the most damage appears to be on the barrier island of grand Isle in Louisiana where data punch three breaches and a levy I'm at Donahue
The Frankie Boyer Show
Tropical Storm Cristobal makes landfall in Louisiana
"Tropical storm Cristobal has made landfall along the coast of southeast Louisiana the center of the storm landed between the mouth of the Mississippi and Graham dial as the eastern side of crystal ball swept over Florida on Saturday night a tornado turned in Sumter county Florida about twenty minutes later second tornado followed and destroyed a barn another tornado hit near downtown Orlando two brothers were killed after they were caught in an undertow and swept away off the coast of Louisiana the young boys or swimming at a beach in grand Isle when they were caught and swept away ahead of the storm Louisiana governor John bel Edwards requested president trump declared a pre landfall emergency for the