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Hurricane alley

by Terry Austin | October 11, 2020 at 4:00 a.m.
Michael McDonald clears trees after Hurricane Delta passed the area in Jennings, La., Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020. The day after Hurricane Delta blew through besieged southern Louisiana, residents started the routine again: dodging overturned cars on the roads, trudging through knee-deep water to flooded homes with ruined floors and no power, and pledging to rebuild after the storm. (Scott Clause /The Daily Advertiser via AP)

Michael McDonald clears trees Saturday in Jennings, La., a day after Hurricane Delta made landfall in an area already battered by Hurricane Laura. "Add Laura and Delta together, and it's just absolutely unprecedented and catastrophic," Lake Charles Mayor Nic Hunter said. More photos at arkansasonline.com/1011delta/.

(AP/The Daily Advertiser/Scott Clause) Article, 3A

Michael McDonald clears trees after Hurricane Delta passed the area in Jennings, La., Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020.  The day after Hurricane Delta blew through besieged southern Louisiana, residents started the routine again: dodging overturned cars on the roads, trudging through knee-deep water to flooded homes with ruined floors and no power, and pledging to rebuild after the storm. (Scott Clause /The Daily Advertiser via AP)
Michael McDonald clears trees after Hurricane Delta passed the area in Jennings, La., Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020. The day after Hurricane Delta blew through besieged southern Louisiana, residents started the routine again: dodging overturned cars on the roads, trudging through knee-deep water to flooded homes with ruined floors and no power, and pledging to rebuild after the storm. (Scott Clause /The Daily Advertiser via AP)
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