“I am extremely proud of our response to hurricane IDA. A huge shout out to Mike Martin, Donzell Conrad, Chevis Akers and Davis Burns for delivering much needed drinking water to those in need as well as securing our office in St. Rose. These guys made sure our office was secured and Davis and Donzell slept in the truck due to the lack of lodging. Please see the attached photos of our guys doing great things for the community. Thank you!” – Steve Sellinger.
Hurricane Ida made landfall near Port Fourchon, La., as a strengthening Category 4 storm with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph. Just shy of a Category 5, Ida delivered a disastrous blow on arrival, coinciding with the 16-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
But Ida held its most devastating punch for its departure, triggering one of the worst urban flood disasters in U.S. history in the Northeast.
To read more information on hurricane IDA visit: Washington Post Hurricane IDA Details