Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Louisiana Floodz Video



Broadcasting from Mellow Park in Peckville, PA, it's ya boy, FrankieThaLuckyDog a.k.a. Frank Calhoune, here, just givin' my condolences out to those currently affected by tha floodz that have been attacking Louisiana over this past week. For those that aren't aware, tha disaster began to hit Louisiana this past Friday, August 12, 2016, and floodz are currently still takin' over tha streetz of Louisiana. As tha water level exceeded 20 inches throughout tha state, over 20,000 people had to seek rescue, thousands of buildings and cars were flooded, and at least seven people passed away from incidents related to tha storm.

If you're currently looking to seek shelter, there's more information.

The Arts at Jefferson Heights iz looking to help those that have been affected by tha flooding.

If you're looking to apply for FEMA AID, make sure you have your Social Security number, tha address of tha damaged home or apartment, tha description of tha damage, information about insurance coverage, a telephone number, a mailing address, and a bank account with routing numbers for direct deposit of funds. More information can be found at www.disasterassistance.gov or by givin' 'em a call at (800) 621-3362 or (800) 462-7585.

For those in need of rescue in Baker, call (225) 778-0300.
For those in need of rescue in Baton Rouge, call (225) 389-5000 or (225) 389-2100.
For those in need of rescue in Central, call (225) 367-1254.
For those in need of rescue in Livingston Parish, call (225) 686-3996.
For those in need of rescue in St. Helena Parish, call (225) 222-4413 & press 0.

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