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After more than a month, the curfew was lifted for residents in Livingston Parish.
The curfew was put in place to try and cut down on possible looting due to substantial flooding throughout the parish.
"We would like to thank all residents and business owners in the Parish for their patience in the last month," said Parish President Layton Ricks.
Other parishes enforced a curfew after the flooding event, but lasted a couple days to a week.