Monday, September 05, 2005


Asst. Police Superintendent Warren Riley -

11:17 A.M. - Riley: The city is making progress. Police, while still in rescue mode, are beginning to focus more on law enforcement in town. About 4,000 law enforcement agents are in New Orleans, and are working to stem the tide of chaos in the area. "We're more cohesive," Riley said, referring to the return of communications between law enforcement agencies in town.
Riley said anyone who wants to take their own boats out and conduct their own rescue operation should come down to Harrah's on Canal Street in order to be a part of a coordinated rescue effort.

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