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Barry makes landfall in Louisiana

People wade through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, Louisiana, July 13, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

People wade through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, Louisiana, July 13, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

People wade through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, Louisiana, July 13, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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People wade through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

People wade through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

People wade through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Tropical Storm Barry approaches the coast of Louisiana, from the Gulf of Mexico in this July 12 satellite handout photo. NOAA/Handout via REUTERS

Tropical Storm Barry approaches the coast of Louisiana, from the Gulf of Mexico in this July 12 satellite handout photo. NOAA/Handout via REUTERS

Tropical Storm Barry approaches the coast of Louisiana, from the Gulf of Mexico in this July 12 satellite handout photo. NOAA/Handout via REUTERS
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Logan Courvlle walks in front of a flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Logan Courvlle walks in front of a flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Logan Courvlle walks in front of a flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Logan Courvlle pushes his bike through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, Louisiana, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Logan Courvlle pushes his bike through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, Louisiana, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Logan Courvlle pushes his bike through a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, Louisiana, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Palm trees sway in wind caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Palm trees sway in wind caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Palm trees sway in wind caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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A resident makes her way through the rain in the French Quarter caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

A resident makes her way through the rain in the French Quarter caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

A resident makes her way through the rain in the French Quarter caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Audrey Ulfers stands on the shore of Lake Pontchartrain during Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Audrey Ulfers stands on the shore of Lake Pontchartrain during Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Audrey Ulfers stands on the shore of Lake Pontchartrain during Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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A closed restaurant is pictured as Tropical Storm Barry approaches land in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

A closed restaurant is pictured as Tropical Storm Barry approaches land in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

A closed restaurant is pictured as Tropical Storm Barry approaches land in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Residents wade on a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Residents wade on a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Residents wade on a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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A resident bikes down a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

A resident bikes down a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

A resident bikes down a flooded street after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Tourists walk through the rain in the French Quarter caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Tourists walk through the rain in the French Quarter caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Tourists walk through the rain in the French Quarter caused by Hurricane Barry in New Orleans, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Robyn Iacona-Hilbert walks through her flooded business after Hurricane Barry in Mandeville, July 13. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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