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Gulf Coast Residents Assess Damage After Isaac [VIDEO]
The Gulf Coast region is still trying to clean up from Hurricane Isaac. People are finally able to get back to their homes, only to see they’ve been flooded out.
FOX News Radio’s Eben Brown reports:
More than 100,000 power customers in greater New Orleans are still in the dark, but plenty of people don’t have much of a home left at all.
(Plaquemines Parish Resident) “Really don’t know what to expect. I understand we’ve had three feet of water downstairs. I understand there’s a lot of damage. But we’re just trying to get in to see what we have to do to try and repair.”
He lives in Plaquemines Parish, south of the city. But the problems are found as far away as Helena, Mississippi.
(Helena Resident) “When they opened the floodgates, I got another two feet in my house. It’s all completely gone. I’m not gonna be able to save much of anything. It’s toast.”
Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.
WATCH to learn more about the damage caused by Isaac: