Louisiana safety officials are ‘confident’ in floodgates, levees as Hurricane Ida makes landfall

Flooding is a major concern for Louisiana residents as Hurricane Ida makes landfall with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph. Regional Director of the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority, Kelli Chandler, explains the state's plans to combat the anticipated amount of flood water.

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