NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - People in New Orleans immediately started posting video on social media as storms pushed through the area on July 10, leaving traffic stranded and people trapped in their houses. Here's a look at some of the flooding in New Orleans.
People in New Orleans immediately started posting video on social media as storms pushed through the area on July 10, leaving traffic stranded and people trapped in their houses. \ Source: CNN
Downtown New Orleans:
Pictures from downtown New Orleans this morning, courtesy of my dad’s commute pic.twitter.com/ztTdvZQvsA— kasey o'brien (@kaseobrien) July 10, 2019
Flooding in the Uptown-Freret area:
Why the pumps were JUST turned on @CityOfNOLA #CityofYes ��?! It’s been raining since 4am w/ worse on the way #Barry @nolaready Uptown- Freret and Marengo St. Be safe and please drive slow through these streets! @FOX8NOLA @theadvocateno #nola #neworleans #flood pic.twitter.com/v2lakZhiEp— NOLA is going to flood- Why aren't the pumps on? (@allieshap) July 10, 2019
Flooding on Magazine St. in the Uptown area:
More of flooding businesses on Magazine Street in New Orleans. This is in the 3100 block, headed from Uptown toward the Lower Garden District. One of the businesses passed was @Funrockn. @NOLAnews pic.twitter.com/BFpeQnn5Rq— Della Hasselle (@dellahasselle) July 10, 2019
Flooding on Canal in the CBD:
Flooding in New Orleans:
Canoes on Camp in the Lower Garden Dist. area:
First canoe gone by. definitely making better time than the cars. pic.twitter.com/aY5MKMuqpe— Marianna (@MaBamBa) July 10, 2019
Royal St. in the French Quarter:
Jung Hotel, Canal Street
The lobby of the Jung Hotel on Cansl St in New Orleans. Photo provided by owner Joe Jaeger, who ain’t happy at the flooding pic.twitter.com/C205nlntcR— Tyler Bridges (@tegbridges) July 10, 2019
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