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Water Covered Road During Tropical Storm Lee
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Every time a tropical storm passes through, the lake and bayous back up and cover the road. This was taken while I was home on leave in September 2011 when Tropical Storm Lee passed by. A minimal tropical storm, there was not much wind or rain from it but it did make getting around difficult for a few days. People here are prepared. Homes are built on stilts and some people make the best of it and break out rowboats to get around.
Copyright: Matthew Normand
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Uploaded: 18/09/2013
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: tropical; storm; lee; slidell; louisiana; water; road
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