Hurricane Delta Leaves Flooded Street in Alexandria, Louisiana

According to local reports, the city of Alexandria, Louisiana, reported a flood left by the Hurricane Delta on Saturday, October 10, the day after the storm flooded the area. Jeffrey Hall, mayor of Alexandria, said that most of the city “has survived major damage” to infrastructure and homes, but more than 3,000 customers have lost power and the streets of the city have been flooded after the storm. The city began delivering flood kits to affected residents on Saturday. The National Hurricane Center reported that Delta had landed as a Category 2 hurricane around 6 pm CST, warning of “strong winds and life-threatening storm surges” throughout southern Louisiana. On October 7, Governor John Bel Edwards predicted a storm As of Saturday, October 10, the storm had been downgraded to a tropical cyclone and was moving northeast through northern Mississippi.Credits: Via Storyful, Alexandria, Louisiana

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