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Entergy Donates $300,000 to BRAF Flood Relief Fund
09/19/2016

Entergy Corporation has contributed $300,000 to the Baton Rouge Area Foundation’s Louisiana Flood Relief Fund, which will be granted by the Foundation to local nonprofits that are responding to the biggest rainstorm in modern Louisiana history.

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Entergy Restores Power to Majority of Customers After Historic Flooding
08/21/2016

Power has been restored to all of the customers who can safely receive it. Some houses are still underwater in the St. Amant, Sorrento and False River areas, and it may take some time to re-energize an estimated 2,000 customers whose flood damage was so severe they cannot yet be re-connected. Entergy will continue working with these customers on an individual basis until their power can be restored.

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Entergy Louisiana Opens Customer Information Centers
08/18/2016

Entergy Louisiana has opened centers to provide information for customers who have questions on how to get service restored to their flood-damaged homes or businesses.

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Entergy Crews Conducting House by House Damage Assessment
08/18/2016

Entergy crews from four states are walking through neighborhoods across south Louisiana, inspecting electrical equipment and working to re-energize lines where it is safe to do so.

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Restoration Efforts Continue After Great Flood of 2016
08/16/2016

Process for restoration to flooded homes outlined

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Floodwaters Receding in Some Areas, Rising in Others as Restoration Continues
08/15/2016

Entergy Louisiana crews continue to work on restoring service to customers affected by the historic Louisiana flooding as water recedes in some areas.

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Entergy Crews Continue Restoration Work, But Efforts Hampered by Floodwaters
08/14/2016

Entergy Louisiana crews expect to restore power to all customers who can accept it by Monday night, but floodwaters are continuing to restrict restoration efforts to thousands of homes and businesses in the hardest hit areas of south Louisiana.

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