Grand Isle Mayor talks communication issues following Hurricane Ida | USA TODAY
Grand Isle Mayor David Camardelle talks communication network issues that continue to hinder efforts to help community hit by Hurricane Ida
Electricity experts and regulators who surveyed Hurricane Ida’s destruction said the overwhelming damage to Entergy’s electric transmission system in Louisiana was probably unavoidable.
Around 1,051 cell sites were down across the region, leaving large swaths of the state with spotty cellular coverage. On Monday, more than half of the area’s cell towers were offline, primarily due to power outages
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