State Police work alongside Vernon Parish residents in post-hurricane clean up
VERNON PARISH - Six days after Hurricane Laura tore through Louisiana, demolishing neighborhoods, flooding streets, and leaving roadways littered with debris, officials are taking the lead in clean-up efforts.
Louisiana State Police were visible doing exactly this, participating in debris removal and other post-hurricane clean-up work, this week. They made their way into Vernon Parish where 1,508 remain without power.
The troopers worked alongside locals in clearing roadways and making repairs.
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