How to spot a fake travel advisory from Louisiana’s Brown Advisory
Louisiana’s Department of Travel and Tourism has issued a travel advisory for residents of the state’s coastal communities in the wake of a recent hurricane.
Brown Advisory Travelers: Brown residents are advised to keep their personal belongings and belongings with them, avoid areas where there are downed trees and other hazards, and be prepared to evacuate if the weather conditions deteriorate further.
Residents should also be aware of road closures, downed power lines, and downed trees, as well as potential storm surge.
The advisory warns residents to “do not travel within or near the City of New Orleans, the surrounding areas, and the city’s shoreline.”
Residents in the state of Louisiana should not consider the state a protected area and should not take photos, take videos or take public transportation if possible.
“We want to remind all Brown residents to exercise caution and stay safe, especially when visiting the beaches, river and lakefront,” the department said.
In the wake and aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards issued a state of emergency, calling for a statewide evacuation order.
However, residents in the affected areas of the Gulf Coast state are still being told to take extra precautions and not to travel.
In a statement, the governor said residents “should exercise extreme caution, stay at least 30 miles away from any potential evacuation zone and stay out of all traffic during and following the storm.
“If you do not obey this order, you may be subject to arrest, prosecution and potentially imprisonment for a number of crimes.””
In a press release, the Louisiana Department of Transportation (LAT) said the “safety and security of our citizens are paramount and Louisiana is committed to making the safest and most effective travel decisions possible for all.”””
If you do not obey this order, you may be subject to arrest, prosecution and potentially imprisonment for a number of crimes.”
In a press release, the Louisiana Department of Transportation (LAT) said the “safety and security of our citizens are paramount and Louisiana is committed to making the safest and most effective travel decisions possible for all.”
“The LAT is committed with our state partners to working closely with the state Department of Emergency Management and our state’s emergency management partners to ensure the safety of our residents, businesses and visitors,” said LAT Director John M. Smith.
“The LCT is working to protect the safety and security, and safety and the safety in public places of all Louisiana residents.
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LAT has made the decision to not open its beaches, roads, water and other water bodies to all passengers during the hurricane.”
John Bel (L) and Governor Mary Landrieu (R) speak during a press conference on the Harvey disaster in New Orleans on Aug. 29, 2018.
(REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman)The hurricane has made landfall in Texas and the Gulf of Mexico and has dumped rain, heavy flooding and downed power poles across the region.
The storm is expected to continue to strengthen as it moves into Louisiana and the surrounding states.