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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