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Re: Louisiana Road Closure Information
      Tue Oct 18 2005 09:51 AM

I will be traveling from Houston Texas to Gulfport Mississippi and I travel by I-10 then to I-12 to go around New Orleans and then back to I-10 to Gulfport. I have been looking on many sites and no one can tell me if I can go thru or not.. Can someone help me?? email me at mpool12345@yahoo.com Thanxxx

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. * * Re: Louisiana Road Closure Information Kimmie @ home   Sun Sep 25 2005 02:27 PM

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