Photos: More flooding scenes in South Louisiana

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  • Advocate staff photo by RICHARD ALAN HANNON -- Miles Schexnayder,right, walks Cowboy, as Joel Louviere takes Buckshot out of their flooded barn along at the Milestone Ranch on Highway 3125 on Wednesday in Paulina.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- A casket in an open vault can be seen in the Rosehill Baptist and St. James United Methodist churches cemetery Thursday where heavy rains caused caskets to pop out of their vaults Wednesday.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Lequita Pearley, from Belle Rose, talks about the graves of her relatives in the Rosehill Baptist and St. James United Methodist churches cemetery where heavy rains caused caskets to pop out of their vaults Wednesday.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Preston Domingue, 88, wades through flood waters to get to his mobile home on La. 403 in Paincourtville. Flood water rose to just below his floor level so he said he wanted to stay in his house.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Sandbags sit on top of graves for weight in the Rosehill Baptist and St. James United Methodist churches cemetery Thursday where heavy rains caused caskets to pop out of their vaults Wednesday.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Family members check on the graves of relatives in the Rosehill Baptist and St. James United Methodist churches cemetery Thursday where heavy rains caused caskets to pop out of their vaults Wednesday.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Rustin Guillot, from Paincourtville, loads boxes of his grandfather's possessions Thursday after flood water inundated his house after torrential rains Wednesday. Guillot, who lives in the mobile home in front of his grandfather's house, said they didn't have time to sandbag with waters rising four feet in just a few hours.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Rustin Guillot wades through flood waters at his mobile home on La. 403 in Paincourtville Thursday. Guillot said the water rose four feet in just a few hours Wednesday, before he and neighbors could sandbag.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- A small car sits inundated in flood waters in front of the Comfort Inn on La 70 Thursday . Heavy rains Wednesday left motorists and residents stranded in Ascension Parish.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Flood waters still covered much of Royal Dunes Drive in Pelican Point golf community in Gonzales Thursday afternoon.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Streets in the Pelican Point golf community were flooded the afternoon of May 29 from torrential rains the previous day. The large subdivision off La. 44 in Burnside is part of the Bayou Conway-Panama Canal watershed, which received 17.99 inches of rain between May 28 and Monday.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Streets in the Pelican Point golf community were still flooded Thursday after heavy rains throughout Ascension, St. James and Assumption parishes Wednesday.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Flooded streets at the intersection of North Bryan Avenue and East Ascension Street were barricaded the afternoon of May 29 after heavy rains the previous day. Ten to 15 inches of rain fell in a 17-hour period on May 27 and 28, totals that approach or exceed a 100-year rain event for a 24-hour period.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Flooded streets at the intersection of North Burnside Avenue and West Railroad Street in Gonzales were still barricaded the afternoon of May 28 after heavy rains the previous day.

  • Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Burnside Avenue in front of Lamendola's Supermarket in Gonzales was still flooded and barricaded the afternoon of May 29 after heavy rains the previous day. Ten to 15 inches of rain fell in a 17-hour period on May 27 and 28, totals that approach or exceed a 100-year rain event for a 24-hour period.