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June 29, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- Anyone can be flooded. You may think you are above the high water mark, but flash floods can occur at almost any elevation. Spring rains, heavy thunderstorms, and tropical storms-...
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June 29, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- Operating hours for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) toll-free registration line as of Thursday, June 28, 2001, are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week. The...
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June 29, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- Following the floods generated by Tropical Storm Allison, President Bush declared a federal disaster in Louisiana on June 11. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and...
Louisiana
June 27, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- For Louisiana residents who wish to have face-to-face meetings with Recovery Specialists to get answers to questions and check on the status of their applications, the time for...
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June 27, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- Flood insurance helps policyholders get their lives back in order and their homes back in shape after a flood. If you were flooded and have flood insurance, you may be eligible for...
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June 26, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- Debris from Tropical Storm Allison may contain toxic waste, which can contaminate well water and pose a health threat to children and pets at play. Heat and humidity can cause...
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June 26, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- In the unsettled days and weeks following a disaster, people whose lives have been disrupted must make many decisions that may be confusing and difficult to sort out. State and...
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June 25, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today that over $2 million in disaster loans has been approved to area residents as a result of the recent severe storms...
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June 23, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- Following the floods generated by Tropical Storm Allison, President Bush declared a federal disaster in Louisiana, on June 11. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and...
Louisiana
June 22, 2001
Baton Rouge, LA -- Floodwaters are toxic. The contaminated debris of Tropical Storm Allison will require special handling. Disaster officials of both the Louisiana Office of Emergency Preparedness (...
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