Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement agents have currently rescued a total of 3,139 people and 603 animals to date due to the flooding in Louisiana.
Agents began search and rescue missions around 4 a.m. on Aug. 12 and have ran search and rescue missions around the clock ever since. The following are the rescues by parish since 4 a.m. on Aug. 12 till 4 a.m. on Aug. 16.
Tangipahoa - 305 people and 108 animals
Washington - 3 people
Livingston - 214 people and 82 animals
St. Helena - 25 people
East Baton Rouge - 1,442 people and 230 animals
Iberia - 41 people and 3 animals
Lafayette - 836 people and 114 animals
East Feliciana - 49 people and 5 animals
West Feliciana - 2 people
Vermilion - 95 people and 28 animals
Acadia - 22 people and 2 animals
St. Landry - 22 people and 14 animals
Ascension - 83 people and 17 pets
Search and rescue operations are still ongoing and the number of people and animals rescued will rise. Agents will also remain on alert and be ready for further search and rescue activities until the flood waters recede.