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Heavy rainfall and flooding from Tropical Storm Lee left more than 200,000 without power in Louisiana and Alabama. In New Orleans, Lee prompted some officials to renew complaints against the Army Corps of Engineers concerning levee repair since Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Torrential rains from Tropical Storm Lee flood the West End section of New Orleans September 3, 2011. Heavy rain and strong wind gusts from Lee have knocked out power to thousands in south Louisiana and Mississippi. UPI/A.J. Sisco.
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Torrential rains from Tropical Storm Lee flood the West End section of New Orleans September 3, 2011. Heavy rain and strong wind gusts from Lee have knocked out power to thousands in south Louisiana and Mississippi. UPI/A.J. Sisco.
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Waves in Lake Pontchartrain from Tropical Storm Lee crash into a seawall in the West End section of New Orleans September 3, 2011. Heavy rain and strong wind gusts from Lee have knocked out power to thousands in south Louisiana and Mississippi. UPI/A.J. Sisco
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Residents check on their property after torrential rains from Tropical Storm Lee flooded the West End section of New Orleans September 3, 2011. Heavy rain and strong wind gusts from Lee have knocked out power to thousands in south Louisiana and Mississippi. UPI/A.J. Sisco
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Torrential rains from Tropical Storm Lee leave Bourbon Street in the French Quarter section of New Orleans nearly empty September 3, 2011. Heavy rain and strong wind gusts from Lee have knocked out power to thousands in south Louisiana and Mississippi. UPI/A.J. Sisco
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