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Isaac Makes Landfall in Louisiana [VIDEO]
Hurricane Issac has made landfall in southeastern Louisiana, as forecasters continue to warn, that water, not wind speed, may be the greatest threat.
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso in New Orleans, where he describes the pounding effects of the storm:
Storm surges and beach erosion, also downed trees and power lines. Fifty-eight thousand people are without power in Louisiana alone, and it’s only the beginning of what’s to come. Isaac, packing 80mph winds and dumping large amounts of rain.
(Landrieu) “If there’s a large amount of water that falls in a short period of time, parts of this city are gonna flood, and parts of all of south Louisiana, as well. So, we are not out of the woods.”
…New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. More National Guard troops have also been called, and dozens of shelters are filling up in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
In New Orleans, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.
WATCH to see LIVE tracking of Isaac from the FOX News Extreme Weather Center: