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New Orleans street flooding list

A flash flood emergency caused widespread flooding on the South Shore on Wednesday. Rain fell on the New Orleans metro for hours with little to no breaks. The rain has now moved away from the area, but it may still take several hours for water to drain from the streets. Waters are starting to recede in most areas. Drivers are asked to stay off the roads. A full list of flooded roads can be found below: Click here for the latest forecast. FRANKLIN PASSAGE CLOSED SUB-TREATMENTCANAL SUB-CLOSED PASSAGECARROLLTON PASSAGE CLOSED SUB-TREATMENTKENSINGTON BLVD / LAKE FOREST BLVD4651 N CLAIBORNE AV5855 MARCIA AV3100 RUE PARC FONTAINEALLEN ST / LAW STNAPOLEON AV / S BROAD STMILAN ST / WILLOW STEAGLE ST / PEACH STALMONASTER AV / EDNA STS CLAIBORNE AV / GENERAL TAYLOR STI -610 E / FRANKLIN AV EXITAIRLINE HWY / MONROE STMARSHAL FOCH ST / PONTALBA ST4500 BLK N ROBERTSON ST4400 BLK N ROBERTSON ST1456 VERNA STWASHINGTON AV / S CARROLLTON AV5837 SYLVIA DR2100 BLK N JOHNSON ST2100 BLK LAW ST2 000 BLK N JOHNSON ST2000 BLK LOI STELYSIEN CHAMPS AV / N MIRO ST3700 BLK CHIEF DOWNMAN RDFRANCE / OLD GENTILLY RDCHEF MENTEUR HWY / DOWNMAN RD6000 BLK CHIEF MENTEUR HWY To see a map of flooded streets, click here. NOLAReady has lifted parking restrictions due to heavy rain. Neutral ground parking is permitted until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays. Related storm information: Click here to view WDSU interactive radar. Widespread damage reported from tornado in Slidell in New Orleans amid flash flood emergency. Here is a list of closed roadsSt. Tammany Parish President signs emergency declaration after extensive storm damage. 50 people rescued from apartment complex on Old Spanish Trail

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