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In Photos: Barry hits the Gulf Coast

Slide 1 of 76: Workers use giant sandbags to raise a levee that was topped during Hurricane Barry on July 14, 2019 in Myrtle Grove, Louisiana. The storm, which made landfall yesterday as a category one hurricane near Morgan City, caused far less damage than had been predicted but bands of rain and thunderstorms continue to soak the area and cause flash-flood concerns.

Barry made landfall as a hurricane near Intracoastal City, Louisiana, about 160 miles west of New Orleans, on the afternoon of July 13, 2019. It quickly weakened into a tropical storm. But disastrous flooding remained a threat across a swath of the Gulf Coast.

(Pictured) Workers use giant sandbags to raise a levee that was topped during Hurricane Barry on July 14, in Myrtle Grove, Louisiana. 
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