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NEW ORLEANS — Widespread flooding in Louisiana and Mississippi has damaged thousands of homes and the risk of more flooding played out Sunday as rain-filled rivers rose over banks. At least four deaths have been reported in Louisiana, including that of an elderly man, authorities said.
In northwest Tennessee, more than a dozen homes were evacuated late Saturday after heavy rains breached a levee, according to emergency officials. Also of concern was another line of thunderstorms that was expected to hit parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, northern Louisiana and northern Mississippi Sunday night. But Davyon Hill, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Shreveport, said this storm system was not expected to drop the kind of record-setting rains that the region has seen recently. On Sunday, President Barack Obama signed an order declaring the flooding in Louisiana a major disaster. Downpours — part of a system affecting Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee and Alabama — have submerged roads and cars, washed out bridges and forced residents to flee homes.
Authorities in Louisiana’s Natchitoches Parish said Harold Worsham, 78, drowned while trying to flee floodwaters on Saline Bayou. On Sunday, Mississippi officials said they were still looking for two missing fishermen, but had no reports of injuries or deaths there. In Tennessee, Emergency Management Agency director Rickey Graves in Gibson County told The Jackson Sun that about 10 homes in the community of Kenton and a half dozen homes in Trenton were evacuated Saturday night after a levee was breached.
It’s the most widespread non-hurricane flooding the Louisiana National Guard has ever dealt with, said Col. The National Guard said it had about 1,400 soldiers and air crews at work in flooded areas throughout Louisiana, deploying in high-water vehicles, boats and three helicopters.
BASTROP — A wildfire in Central Texas has destroyed nearly 500 homes as it races unchecked through rain-starved farm and ranchland. At least 5,000 people were forced from their homes in the county about 25 miles east of Austin, many of them fearing the worst while spending the night in emergency shelters. The county’s emergency management director, Mike Fischer, said the fire is “nowhere near controlled” and that a separate, smaller blaze to the south of the city is growing larger.
The state deployed its firefighting air fleet, including National Guard helicopters and four heavy tanker planes.
Rick Blakely, 54, said he expected that his home was among those destroyed, but that he was holding out hope nonetheless. Texas is enduring its worst drought since the 1950s, and the wildfire threat has been exacerbated by powerful wind gusts cast off by Tropical Storm Lee, hundreds of miles to the east.
But a fast-moving blaze in the East Texas town of Gladewater on Sunday killed a 20-year-old woman and her 18-month-old daughter, trapping them in their burning home. Nearly half of Bastrop State Park, a 6,000-acre preserve east of Bastrop, was gone, KVUE-TV in Austin reported.
The park and several major highways in the area were closed but a handful of people whose RV’s were left overnight in the popular park were being allowed in to retrieve them, she said. Texas has experienced more than its share of destructive storms, including Hurricane Ike three years ago. A wildfire in the Austin suburb of Cedar Park destroyed two homes and damaged two others Sunday.
In Corsicana, about 50 miles south of Dallas, a wildfire destroyed eight metal industrial shop buildings.

Eight miles south of Corsicana, the roughly 200 residents of Navarro and those living in a rural area outside of town fled for safety because of three separate blazes that had burned some 2,000 acres, Navarro County Judge H.M. Ronnie Willis, who owns a pasture just east of the Corsicana fire, said embers from the industrial park blaze burned his field and he could only watch as the flames advanced toward two massive indoor arenas he owns. At least one person was killed Sunday by a tornado spun off by the large storm system in Florida, and Alabama authorities searched for a man who disappeared in the rough surf.
A tropical storm warning remained in effect Monday evening for more than 500 miles of coastline, from Destin in the upper Panhandle to Englewood, south of Sarasota. Forecasters cautioned that Debby is a large tropical cyclone spreading strong winds and heavy rains at great distances from its center.
They said it would crawl to the northeast, come ashore along Florida’s northwestern coast on Wednesday and track slowly across the state, exiting along the Atlantic Coast by Saturday morning and losing steam along the way. Parts of northern Florida could get 10 to 15 inches of rain, and some spots as much as 25 inches, as the storm wrings itself out, forecasters said.
High winds and the threat of flooding forced the closing of an interstate highway bridge that spans Tampa Bay and links St. Monday evening, the state announced the closing of the Howard Frankland bridge that connects Tampa, including the region’s major airport, and St. People in several sparsely populated counties near the crook of Florida’s elbow were urged to leave low-lying neighborhoods because of the danger of flooding. Nearby, a likely tornado ripped the roof off a marina and an apartment complex and knocked down fences, trees and signs.
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He said 250 firefighters are working around the clock, using bulldozers to cut along the side of the fire and pumper trucks to drench the ground. But the state’s anxious farmers and ranchers would have welcomed the rain that Tropical Storm Lee dumped instead on Gulf Coast states further east. Wildfires also prompted evacuations of other neighborhoods in Cedar Park and some in some suburbs. Mayor Chuck McClanahan said fire crews were fighting to keep the flames from reaching wooden structures. But as of midafternoon, the slow-moving storm had caused only scattered damage, including flooding in some low-lying areas.
George Island, a vacation spot along the Florida Panhandle, was closed to everyone except residents, renters and business owners to keep looters out.

He said he had been through many storms on the island and Debby was on the weaker end of the scale. Rick Scott declared a statewide emergency, allowing authorities to put laws against price-gouging into effect.
Monday, Debby was stationary in the Gulf of Mexico, 30 miles southwest of Apalachicola, with sustained winds around 45 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Pete Beach in the Tampa Bay area, surfers enjoyed the large waves in the Gulf, which is usually so calm the water looks like glass. He said people were driving around the neighborhood to gawk at the damage, and he complained that police hadn’t closed off the streets. George Island, many businesses were closed, but Eddy Teach’s bar had a few customers and used a generator to keep beer and food cold. Diagram provides detailed internal view to aid in identification of parts and ordering information. Our puller, drivers, impeller nut wrench Driveline for Jet Pump -1310 Spicer Series, Fits Berkeley, Dominator, American Turbine, etc. Mississippi reported that 185 homes were damaged by floodwaters and about 650 homes sustained minor damage.
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