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People had written on dated.
Grounded in their homes.
For -- evacuees reverend -- -- turner the news from his hometown of great way to Louisiana -- -- -- anything would be.
This is Saint Andrews Baptist Church agreed to in Louisiana.
Houses of worship underwater and houses hard work -- as well I'm lost everything.
There's nothing but the clothes that have.
Turner like other -- Red Cross shelter has lost it all before.
A year after country and I bought a house -- it fifteen feet and this case.
Has an alzheimer's in the war.
So now Red Cross is moving into a transition not to sheltering people now but trying to assess what they -- and help those -- -- you know we have a number of different people and ourselves -- -- different -- we have some people -- -- from the -- parish area down in the southern the real southern sector.
-- Louisiana and they have water add to the rafters of their homes and that is just.
It's really difficult because for them that means not an immediate exit out here.
Those who have -- to go back to -- leaving now to see what's left but those who don't.
Torn between going back home and starting over or staying here and starting over.
And I want me.
I really enough.
What we need now but.
It came to -- -- out I don't know -- And uncertain if the obstacle to beginning again or greater in a strange place or -- -- hometown changed by -- storm.
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