ATrans To Resume Service on Main Streets Not Flooded
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Alexandria, La. (July 30, 2019) — ATrans is resuming service on major thoroughfares that are not flooded.
The City of Alexandria experienced 3.9 inches of rain in just over an hour.
Water is subsiding, however, the City of Alexandria urges drivers to stay off the roads and out of the way of first responders and streets and utility crews.
Stay safe, follow these tips:
• If your house is affected by the flood, turn off the main electrical switches.
• Watch TV or listen to weather information via your mobile phone or radio to stay updated with local information.
• Do not walk through moving water. Don’t drive through flooded streets, it takes just two feet of water to carry most vehicles away.
• If you are trapped and are in an emergency situation call 911.
Alexandria Utility Systems have restored some power and all pumps are manned and operating at full capacity.
To report power outages or other concerns please use AlexConnects app or call 473-1301.
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