VIDEO EVIDENCE BELOW STORY
On Saturday, August 5, 2017, New Orleans returned to its historic roots for a few days by once again becoming a swamp across much of the city due to what officials say is inevitable climate change, duh.
“I can say with a lot of confidence that we have one of the best pumping systems in the world,” New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu noted. “Having said that, the city was going to flood anyway from this particular event.”One of the hardest hit areas was Mid-City where torrential downpours dropped 9.43 inches of water in just a few hours, flooding many cars, homes, and businesses.
One of the hardest hit areas was Mid-City where torrential downpours dropped 9.43 inches of water in just a few hours, flooding many cars, homes, and businesses. Residents did, however, get to use their kayaks on the streets again for the second time in as many weeks, which was kind of cool.
According to a source with knowledge of the recent situation and who asked to remain anonymous and we agreed to not share his name because he didn’t actually give it and we didn’t really feel like doing any work to find it out, Mid-City took the brunt of the flooding because of critical underlying issues that city government neglected to share with the public.
Here is the video evidence our inside source supplied to the Neutral Ground News Audio/Visual team.