By Doug Parkin
JACKSON, Miss. (BP) — The magnitude of the property damage in Louisiana’s flooding disaster is incredible. The magnitude of the emotional damage is incalculable.
And for disaster relief volunteers, it is hard to describe the emotions of walking into a home and, after performing necessary demolition of flood-damaged flooring and walls, leaving it actually looking worse than when we started.
I have just returned from four days in south Louisiana helping lead teams of teenagers and adults in initial recovery support to flooded-out homeowners.
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