A partially submerged truck sits in rising floodwaters in Bossier Parish, La., Thursday, March 10, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Rain soaks north Louisiana, 3 dead in severe weatherThe death toll climbed to three and a thousand people were forced to leave their homes Thursday as a second round of unusually heavy rain hit an already inundated northern Louisiana. The southern part of the state was bracing for heavy rain later in the day.Guard spokesman Rebekah Malone said the Guard has evacuated 361 people from homes in Bossier, Ouachita and Morehouse parishes since Wednesday morning, using trucks that can travel though water 20 to 30 inches deep.One weather spotter just north of Monroe reported more than 18 inches of rain since Tuesday night, he said ..Two men could be seen in knee-deep water trying to secure horses in the muddy brown waters.In Louisiana, officials late Wednesday said a 63-year-old man died when a car was swept off a flooded road.
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