High water not going down; St. Gabriel organizes transit services for people trapped at home
SAINT GABRIEL - Two weeks since flooding rain and rising water, people still trapped on the other side of flooded streets can get assistance coming and going from the St. Gabriel government.
In the days since the mid-May flood event, people in Meadow Oaks, have watched the water rise and not drain. Last week, tow trucks were needed to raise and tow vehicles across high water in the neighborhood so people could leave the subdivision without damaging their vehicles.
Residents have been frustrated for days.
Mike Lindsey has lived in the area for two years.
"This s**t ain't right," Lindsey said in a recent WBRZ interview.
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