Hurricane "Isaac" weakened to a tropical storm after residents prepared to survive in the extreme conditions of weather and climate
Heavy rain, strong winds and flood waters swept States Louisiana and Mississippi August 29, 2012. "Isaac" weakened to a tropical storm, as people prepared for the extreme conditions of survival. New Orleans from another disaster largely saved reinforced dam, built after the hurricane "Katrina" to protect the city he severe weather. Rescuers had to evacuate dozens of people living in low-lying areas and ignore the warning.
Power lines have been broken, a street filled with debris, forcing authorities to declare a curfew from dusk to dawn, during which police cars patrolled the streets. The danger represented by heavy rains and strong winds, which resulted in 700,000 homes and businesses remained without electricity. Those caught by surprise in the sparsely populated regions in southeast Louisiana, chose rescue boats.