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BREAKING 8-28-08 Gov Jindal Readies Louisiana for Hurricane Gustav: FEMA-Nat'l Guard Stand-By
This could potentially affect anywhere from New Orleans to Lake Charles, depending on the direction of the storm. Plaquemines and Iberia Parishes have already declared an emergency in their parishes, and other parishes are expected to declare emergencies today and tomorrow.”
Additionally, the Guard has requested possible aircraft assistance from Oklahoma (1), Colorado (4), Illinois (8), Nebraska (5), Pennsylvania (1), Ohio (1), Maryland (1), and Kentucky (5). The Louisiana Guard already has satellite equipment positioned in Terrebonne, Lafourche, Jefferson, Plaquemines, Saint Bernard, and Orleans Parishes to assist in first responder communications on the ground. Additional satellite equipment will be positioned in Southeast and Central Louisiana today.
Also on Saturday, critical needs and medical needs shelters are set to open, including the PMAC at LSU. Pet shelters would also open on Saturday and some hospital and nursing home patients would begin to be evacuated.
On Sunday, contra-flow could be activated to assist in evacuation efforts. The state has requested four urban search and rescue teams from the federal government, along with a command center, and their arrival is expected this weekend. This is only a possible timeline of events to prepare citizens, and will be updated as the storm continues to move.
LSU-Shreveport, P.E. Gym, One University Place, Shreveport.
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Tourist Welcome Center, 836 I-20 West, Tallulah.
Paragon Casino, 711 Paragon Place, Marksville.
Sammy’s Truck Stop, I-49, Exit 53, 3601 La. 115 West, Bunkie.
Med Express Office, 7525 U.S. 71, Alexandria.
Pickering High School, 180 Lebleu Road, Leesville.
Mowad Civic Center, Fifth Avenue and 10th Street, off U.S. 165, Oakdale.
DSS also will assist with the registration of New Orleans area evacuees who require city and/or state assistance in evacuation at the Union Pacific Terminal in New Orleans.
Dogs and cats need to have proof of annual rabies and other vaccinations. It's also very important to have collars, leashes, harnesses and kennels for confining animals when necessary. Muzzles may be appropriate for animals that are apprehensive in unfamiliar settings. Pet owners should bring at least a three-day supply of food, water and medications for their animals.
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