City of Lake Charles Asking Residents to Report any Debris Blocking Roadways After January 24 Storms
City of Lake Charles Asking Residents to Report any Debris Blocking Traffic After January 24 Storms
Lake Charles, Louisiana – During the evening of January 24, 2023, the City of Lake Charles announced that crews were out assessing streets and removing any obstructions caused by the strong storms that came through the area earlier in the evening.
The City of Lake Charles is asking residents to report any debris in the street that is blocking traffic by calling 337-491-1311. As of 6:25 PM on January 24, the City indicated that they have not received reports of any structure flooding inside City limits.
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