I was there. I was sent down as part of a disaster assessment team. I took a lot of photos. You can view them at www.nolasociety.org/photos. There is one photo where a car is sitting on top of a cyclone fence. One person told us he could look out of his window and see the fish swimming around his porch. How scary.
It was a lot of work, I'll tell ya. We all slept in shelters. Our days started at 5:40 in the morning and ended after 9 at night. We would go into headquarters and get briefed and be handed our assignments for the day. Some days we had to travel 4 hours, each way, just to get to our destinations. Dog, dog tired.
The people were some of the most friendliest. It was an experience I will never forget. Thankful I got the chance to go through it. When I got back home, I was on tv for an interview segment. I told them I was very impressed by the strength of the people. I wish you well.
Where is the cure???