ACADIA PARISH, La. (KPEL) — Residents in Acadia Parish are bracing for more flooding as water levels continue to rise and as more rain is expected Sunday. Worsening conditions are forcing sheriff’s office officials to ask motorists to stay off some major streets.
From KATC :
President Bill Fontenot has declared a state of emergency for the parish of St. Landry. Any St. Landry Parish residents needing assistance with flooding, please contact the St. Landry Parish Government office at 337-948-3688.
Schools have been closed, roads have been closed, sandbags have been filled and plans have been changed by many people in South Louisiana. The reason for all this disruption? Heavy rain that just won't seem to go away.
We are no strangers to water on the roadway here in Acadiana. With many parts of the region receiving over 3 inches of rain already it's probably time to review the common sense practices of wet weather driving.
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