Louisiana Flood Survivor: O'Neil Couvillion
"I am going to have to take all these memories and everything else and put them to the curb, and send them to the freaking dump." O'Neil Couvillion, Louisiana flood survivor
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"I am grateful to God for sending these folks to help me clean up my house." Dan, Louisiana Flood Survivor
Church groups throughout the nation have been coming to help survivors clean out their homes. Dan waited two weeks after the flood until a group of Evangelist came to help him.
This is what it looked like when Heather walked into her bedroom after having arriving back from vacation in Texas.
Heather is 1 of 100,000 people to have lost everything during the recent Louisiana floods.
Santa still stands among the hundreds of thousand of flooded homes.
This church is among the many sights still underwater in Alligator Bayou. A school, a prison and over 500 houses in the neighborhood are still underwater.
Alligator Bayou has been infected with a mixture of sewage and industry water. Houses have been underwater for a week and most have become unlivable.
Climate Change is really happening. These people have not been able to enter their home in over a week...
"I am an eternal optimist, but when we could get no closer than three quarters of a mile.... I knew we had water and I became a pessimist." Heather
Bobby was the last man on his block when the flooding began to rescue his neighbor's dog.
Even with 2 feet of water, almost everything has to come out. Very saddening to see the damage caused by the Louisiana flood here in Baton Rouge