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Topic: Disaster Relief and Recovery
Posted on 8/30/2021
Radio stations across the New Orleans dial aired wall-to-wall storm coverage Sunday as Hurricane Ida lashed southeast Louisiana with storm surge, high winds and flooding rain. Throughout the day and into the night, broadcast crews, which have been through this numerous times – including 16 years ago to the day when Hurricane Katrina pummeled the region – worked with TV and news network partners to keep residents informed and safe from destructive winds and torrential rain.Read the full story at InsideRadio.com.
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