A fire truck sits in the middle of a flooded Range Avenue in Denham Springs. Aerials of severe weather flooding in Livingston Parish on Monday August 15, 2016.

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG

Louisiana's state Department of Health counts 13 deaths related to record flooding in Louisiana as of Thursday, a spokeswoman confirmed.

The latest death came in Livingston Parish, said agency spokeswoman Samantha Faulkner, who added that the department has a published list of the death count on its website.

The most recent person to have died due to the storm was a 93-year-old woman who inhaled floodwater while she was being evacuated from Denham Springs some days ago, said Livingston Parish coroner's investigator John Marston. The woman contracted pneumonia and died at a hospital on Wednesday, he said.

Marston said he was not immediately able to provide the woman's identity.

Another flood fatality was also discovered Wednesday in Livingston Parish when a man's body was found decomposed in a wooded area. That death is considered "likely" storm-related, according to the parish coroner's office, but the health department appears to have confirmed it as a flood fatality.

Marston said autopsy results on the Livingston Parish deaths are not yet complete.

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