CURFEW remains in EFFECT until further notice. WATER in LaPlace remains OFF.
FLOODING: The National Weather Service is forecasting continued flooding as Isaac moves north. Extreme caution is advised. The following subdivisions have experienced flooding issues: River Forest, Belle Terre, River Oaks, Summerlin Estates, Old 51, Cambridge, Palmetto Lakes, Carmel Valley, Riverlands Heights, Canterbury area, behind AOL School, Riverforest, Live Oak Landing, Homewood, Central Avenue, Garyville Northern, and Country Club.
WEATHER: St. John remains under a TROPICAL STORM WARNING…FLASH FLOOD and TORNADO WATCH
EVACUATION PICK UP POINTS: Anyone trying to escape the rising flood waters should go to the following common neighborhood pick up points:
Area: Cambridge Pick Up Point – Home Depot
Area: New Hwy 51 Pick Up Point – Car Wash on Hwy 51 or Home Depot
Area: Belle Terre Pick Up Point – St. Andrews Fire Station
Area: Riverlands Heights Pick Up Point – Movie Theatre, 1312 W. Airline Hwy
ASSISTANCE: If anyone is unable to walk to the neighborhood pick up point listed above due to a medical condition, please call 985-652-2222 to arrange for pick up at their home.
**EVACUEE STATUS: St. John Parish evacuees are in state shelters.
POWER: 95% of St. John Parish remains without power.
SEARCH AND RESCUE: State Police, National Guard, Wildlife and Fisheries, and St. John Sheriff and Fire personnel are performing search and rescue operations and will continue through the night.
INFORMATION SOURCES: WWL 870 AM or 105.3 FM, ONLINE: www.sjbparish.com,
Facebook: St John Parish Government; Twitter: @sjbgov