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Water to flow into Lake Pontchartrain


The US Army Corps of Engineers was forced to sandbag New Orleans' levees after Hurricane Rita opened holes in the repairs to breaches caused by Hurricane Katrina in September. Temporary sheet pile closures across 17th Street and London Avenue canals were removed to allow water to flow out of the city into Lake Pontchartrain.

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