Some EBR roads reopened after flooding
BATON ROUGE - Police in Baton Rouge said several roads closed by flooding have since been reopened Monday morning.
Public and parochial schools in the parish are still open. Glen Oaks High School closed early after a water main break let the school without water.
LSU's campus remained open, though several streets surrounding the campus still had closures or flooded and wrecked vehicles stranded on the shoulders.
The following roads have been closed as of 11 a.m. Monday:
East Baton Rouge Parish
S. Sherwood Forest/ N. Harrells Ferry
North St/N Acadian
N Acadian/ E Washinton
St. Helena Parish
LA 37 at LA 449
This list will continue to be updated with changes.
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