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"Residents are reminded to continue to use caution when driving through areas affected by yesterday's flooding, as there are stranded vehicles, debris and potential for pooling water," the city news release said.
Officials said residents with stranded vehicles in the middle of roadways or intersections are expected to move them immediately to the side of the road, preferably into a parking lane, and warned that the Department of Public Works and police "may have to 'courtesy tow' vehicles to the side of the roadway" in some cases, and in the case of vehicles abandoned on interstate or major roadway ramps, may have to be towed to the city's impound lot.
The temporary pumping stations at the ends of the 17th Street, London Avenue and Orleans Avenue canals only operate when the floodgates blocking water from Lake Pontchartrain are closed, and thus are not operated during a rainfall event.
The biggest threat for additional heavy rain is likely Monday afternoon, based on a morning briefing by National Weather Service forecasters, said Aaron Miller, the city's director of homeland security and emergency preparedness, at a Sunday morning news conference at New Orleans City Hall.He said city emergency officials conducted an initial windshield survey of the most damaged areas on Sunday morning, especially looking at businesses and homes that took on water, and that information reported by residents and businesses over the next few days will be added."There are going to be hundreds of vehicles that got water, so we know that, particularly in Lakeview, Gentilly, Mid City and Treme were hot spots for that," he said."Today, we begin the hard work of assisting those who flooded and getting our streets passable for regular traffic.With additional rain expected today and the rest of this week, I would encourage all of our residents to clean in front of their catch basins." According to the news release, the 8 to 10 inches of rain that fell in some neighborhoods equated with a rainfall event that has a 1 percent chance of occurring in any year, a so-called 100-year event.
But all vehicles must be removed from those areas by midnight Sunday, to allow for a return to normal transit operations on Monday morning. The city's sanitation collection schedule has not changed.