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Ida's sweltering aftermath: No power, no water, no gasoline

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of Louisianans sweltered in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida on Tuesday with no electricity, no tap water, precious little gasoline and no clear idea of when things might improve.
3 months ago|New Orleans, United States

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In Ida's aftermath, no quick relief in sight for Louisiana

Louisiana residents still reeling from flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Ida scrambled for food, gas, water and relief from the sweltering heat as thousands of line workers toiled to restore electricity and officials vowed to set up more sites where people could get free meals and cool off. There was a glimmer of hope early Wednesday when power company Entergy announced its crews had turned “power on for some customers in Eastern New Orle…

3 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
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In Ida's aftermath, no quick relief in sight for Louisiana

Louisiana residents still reeling from flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Ida scrambled for food, gas, water and relief from the sweltering heat as thousands of line workers toiled to restore electricity and officials vowed to set up more sites where people could get free meals and cool off.

3 months ago|Toronto, Canada
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Fuel shortages follow Hurricane Ida in Louisiana

While hundreds of thousands of Louisianans sweltered in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida Tuesday with no electricity, no tap water, and precious little gasoline, long lines formed at the few gas stations that had fuel and power to pump it. (Sept. 1)

3 months ago|United States
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In Ida's aftermath, no quick relief in sight for Louisiana

Louisiana residents still reeling from flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Ida are scrambling for food, gas, water and relief from the oppressive heat

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
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Louisianans swelter in aftermath of Hurricane Ida

Hundreds of thousands of Louisianans sweltered in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida with no electricity, no tap water, precious little petrol and no clear idea of when things might improve.

3 months ago|Ireland
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Ida's sweltering aftermath: No power, no water, no gasoline

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of Louisianans sweltered in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida on Tuesday with no electricity, no tap water, precious little gasoline and no clear idea of when things might improve.

3 months ago|United States
The Washington Post
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Southeast Louisiana residents desperate for food, power, water and help in Ida’s aftermath

With resources scarce and infrastructure burdened, Gov. John Bel Edwards tells evacuees: ‘Do not return here.’

3 months ago|Washington, United States
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In Ida’s aftermath, no quick relief in sight for Louisiana

Louisiana residents still reeling from flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Ida scrambled for food, gas, water and relief from the sweltering heat.

3 months ago|Toronto, Canada
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Four dead, multiple injured in sweltering aftermath of Hurricane Ida

Four deaths and multiple severe injuries have been confirmed as crews began fanning out in boats and off-road vehicles to search communities cut off by Hurricane Ida. Ida, one of the most powerful hurricanes ever to hit the US Gulf Coast, had weakened to a tropical depression by as it churned over Mississippi, where the system brought heavy rains overnight.

3 months ago|Noida, India
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In Ida's aftermath, no quick relief in sight for Louisiana

By KEVIN MCGILL, CHEVEL JOHNSON and MELINDA DESLATTE Associated PressNEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisiana residents still reeling from flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Ida are scrambling for food, gas, water and relief from the oppressive heat. Meanwhile, thousands of line workers are toiling to restore electricity and officials have vowed to set up more sites where people can get free meals and cool off. Ida knocked out power to more than a mill…

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19 of these news sources are bias rated
12 are CENTER
L 32%
C 63%
 
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The Independent
The Washington Post
Star Advertiser
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Associated Press News
680 News
WION
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WPLG
NY1
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