Harvey Makes Second Landfall, Hits Louisiana
Louisiana still bears deep scars from 2005’s Hurricane Katrina (AFP)
Five days after slamming into the US Gulf Coast as a major hurricane, Harvey made a second landfall on Wednesday, hitting Louisiana, a state that still bears deep scars from 2005’s Hurricane Katrina.
Now a tropical storm, Harvey made landfall just west of the town of Cameron, the National Hurricane Center said, with “flooding rains” drenching parts of southeastern Texas and neighboring southwestern Louisiana.
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