In this Aug. 14, 2016 file photo, Sgt. Brad Stone of the Louisiana Army National Guard gives safety instructions to people loaded on a dump truck after they were stranded by rising flood waters near Walker, La., after heavy rains inundating the region. The flooding killed at least 13 people, damaged 150,000 homes and cost at least $8.7 billion.
In this Aug. 14, 2016 file photo, Sgt. Brad Stone of the Louisiana Army National Guard gives safety instructions to people loaded on a dump truck after they were stranded by rising flood waters near Walker, La., after heavy rains inundating the region. The flooding killed at least 13 people, damaged 150,000 homes and cost at least $8.7 billion. Max Becherer AP File
In this Aug. 14, 2016 file photo, Sgt. Brad Stone of the Louisiana Army National Guard gives safety instructions to people loaded on a dump truck after they were stranded by rising flood waters near Walker, La., after heavy rains inundating the region. The flooding killed at least 13 people, damaged 150,000 homes and cost at least $8.7 billion. Max Becherer AP File

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