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I want to give you more information on -- -- -- south of us where there were mandatory evacuations and that people didn't evacuate which is sort of always the case.
People like to deride those folks but it's very expensive to evacuate and difficult to get your family together and I guess a lot of folks thought this wasn't gonna be too bad and sadly they thought wrong.
Jesse Jesse shapers with a cease with the black -- questions that -- was Harris fire and rescue has been out there working on rescuing people throughout the morning -- he's back home now Jesse.
Thank -- for you would people like you I'm glad your home safe tell me what you saw this morning.
Those -- left or.
Washed -- though he has felt.
One we -- -- five or about to thirty that we sort of in the dark.
We'll work our way we'll probably people in the dark.
In an arm but Brandon Brandon got but.
Very urgent it.
And power -- -- Probably vote.
To -- you some exhausted.
How many people -- out there to help and how many folks decided to stay behind despite the warnings.
We have about -- top hundred apparently they've had roughly about 300 people -- This morning -- got -- Three candidate on the second best -- we have another three events and we really going to bet we'll probably.
-- -- -- This morning it was probably got -- because they broke our farmers those -- wallet bigger.
Now the the people who did stay behind when when you've got to them to describe what the conditions were like when you've got to these people.
Well it -- situations differently -- to blow up the route you through it does not.
Don't -- structurally.
He'd pull up but don't believe the people in the -- but.
Do we had a run through did that it can't get people.
One family are that we treat children -- they were one good thing or particularly on the war I don't know who.
Growing although it's way down.
So a family with three children on a roof and one more foot of water and they were under water and everybody was lost.
It was better on the roof.
It almost total -- quarter.
Of -- -- Before they've just.
I don't want to sound insensitive because I'm not insensitive to these people I mean I'm from around here and I did it.
But -- the outside world understand.
How after you lived through Hurricane Katrina seven years ago and -- which bears and watched 18132.
People die on that day.
Seven years later you make the decision to stay at home with your three children with another storm -- -- for people who -- I really -- helped them.
Good to me -- about three children be reds -- the -- I -- well.
Oh I'm well aware that I'm just trying to I'm just trying to get a sense for how some -- to make a decision like that you know what I mean.
Well -- -- my dad had been behind.
No -- talk about these people -- rescuing -- the follow -- -- the warnings and stayed behind and then people like you.
Who did the right thing have to get out the middle of the night and risk your own life saver I have it's it's difficult for people to understand.
You know -- I think to dig as -- as a category one that it expected surged to be rabbit or that higher.
But that still do mandatory evacuation.
Part of -- Barbara -- view did Barbara sheriff's office they could have -- then.
But you know you're gonna have done -- -- Every -- that you have.
That is the truth and if they were lucky to have folks like you and your family around to help majestic.
They're talking you know that -- yeah the last time they had a storm here Hurricane Katrina was -- here you know what it didn't.
-- missed here.
You've ruined -- south Mississippi.
Flattened it it didn't even hit here.
And now at this wouldn't it.
And they didn't evacuate and people like Jesse shaver has to go unstable it is.
-- -- with a look at these pictures.
-- -- realize what neighbors -- put neighbors through.
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