Residents in Plaquemines Parish have been some of the hardest hit by Hurricane Isaac. A KPRC Local 2 crew took an airboat down a flooded stretch of Highway 23 and saw entire livelihoods under water.
A rancher's dog managed to beat the odds. During the trip, the Local 2 crew found their Great Dane clinging to a pile of floating debris.
KPRC Local 2 reporter Robert Arnold helped pull the exhausted dog into the boat. The dog was hungry and dehydrated, but OK.
Thousands of residents in Louisiana, near New Orleans, were rescued from their homes after floodwaters overtook buildings.
A home is destroyed in Gulfport, Miss.
More damage in Mississippi
High water closes Interstate 10 in La Place, La.
In Plaquemines Parish, south of New Orleans, 12 feet of water flowed over an 18-mile stretch of a levee, stranding some people in their homes. However, the levee did not break.
Some stranded residents were rescued by boats in Plaquemines Parish.
Reporter Robert Arnold at Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans.
This is how Lake Pontchartrain looked on Tuesday afternoon, before Isaac's landfall.
Waveland, Mississippi, where Mark Boyle covered Isaac's landfall, was also hit hard.
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