ST. TAMMANY PARISH, La. (WVUE) - First responders in St. Tammany Parish warn citizens to be aware of snakes and other creatures as they attempt to escape floodwaters.
St. Tammany Fire Prevention District #1 posted pictures to its Facebook page Thursday of several snakes fire crews have come across.
A family in Livingston Parish and their dog had a close encounter with an alligator. The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness posted a video to its Twitter account Saturday. (No animals furry or scaly were harmed)
We’ve told you about the possibility of interaction with animals during a flood event. Watch what happened to a family in Livingston Parish! (No animals were harmed while this video was recorded) #hurricanebarry #lawx pic.twitter.com/Xpb5DvjtEu— Louisiana GOHSEP (@GOHSEP) July 13, 2019
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