Sorry to hear this. I was in recruit class R3-01 with Morgan 🙏
Md Anderson for treatment if it’s possible-the best in the country and I have been treated there for over 5 years now and they have saved me a couple of times. Stay away from E Jeff and if u need to talk to me feel free to call
🙏🙏🙏. Stay positive, good doctors, good support system and plenty of prayers and after this it’s up to God
As the Mayor says, heavy rain is expected today. If a street is flooded use extreme caution. Keep in the mind the usual spots that flood in your neighborhood, especially underpasses, as you make your way around town today. If you have any doubt about the depth of water, DO NOT DRIVE THROUGH IT!Numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected across the New Orleans region through Friday, some of which could cause heavy rainfall leading to street flooding. The greatest threat of flooding in the metro area is currently forecast to be on TODAY, June 6th. A Flash Flood Watch will be in effect in New Orleans through Thursday evening.
Parking restrictions on neutral grounds and sidewalks will be suspended until 10 a.m. on Friday, June 7th. Don't block intersections or streetcar tracks. To reduce risk of street flooding, do not park in front of or on a catch basin.
Prepare homes and neighborhoods for heavy rain by removing debris from gutters and downspouts and cleaning in front of catch basins to help rain get to the drain. Call 3-1-1 to report catch basins that are not fully functioning. Residents should avoid lifting a catch basin lid or inserting anything into a catch basin.