Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Set To Break Record For Longest Flood Event Since 1927
Torrential rain in the South has inundated parts of Louisiana. The Mississippi River is expected to be at flood levels in Baton Rouge into at least mid-June, making this period the longest flood event since 1927. Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson gets the latest from Chelsea Brasted (@cabrasted), city columnist for NOLA.com.
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