Louisiana Floods Raise Questions on Warnings, News Coverage
The recent severe flooding in Louisiana has stirred questions about whether people in the path of the flood were given adequate warning in what's being called a once-in-a-thousand-year event.
The recent severe flooding in Louisiana has stirred questions about whether people in the path of the flood were given adequate warning in what the National Weather Service is calling a once-in-a-thousand-year event. Questions have also been raised about the level of news coverage on the flooding and the ensuing devastation. (NPR)
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