Orange County judge says 12 families ...

Orange County judge says 12 families stranded

There are 50 comments on the Austin American Statesman story from Sep 13, 2008, titled Orange County judge says 12 families stranded. In it, Austin American Statesman reports that:

Orange County Judge Carl K. Thibodeaux, speaking from the county's Emergency Operations Center in flooded downtown Orange, said at the noon hour today that at least a dozen families in the area are seeking help ...

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Jessica H

Paramount, CA

#41 Sep 16, 2008
There are several services set up for citizen of Port Arthur to assist with food, water and ice for as long as supplies last.

PODS - Gilham Circle 9:00-6:00 Ice and Water for as long as it lasts. Provided by Convoy for Hope.

Salvation Army - West Port Arthur Road (Port Acres) at the Market Basket.

Salvation Army - Washington Park at Joe Lewis and Thomas Blvd.

Salvation Army - Jefferson and Gulfway Drive.

Salvation Army - Port Arthur City Hall in Downtown Port Arthur.

Hwy 365 and Twin City - near HEB.
Jessica H

Paramount, CA

#42 Sep 16, 2008
Orange County Allows Temporary Return for Home Inspections

The Orange County Office of Emergency Management has issued the following advisory for all those who reside in a city or unincorporated area of Orange County. Nothing in the advisory should be deemed to modify or rescind the mandatory evacuation order in place.

As of Monday, September 15 at 9 a.m., all citizens of Orange County may return to the respective cities and unincorporated areas of Orange County for the sole purpose of evaluating damage to their property.

No person should assume that any services are available to those who return to inspect their property. To the extent that limited water and sewer may be available, citizens are advised to use the water for clean up only. Don't attempt to drink any water, other than bottled water, until further notice.

Citizens will be required to vacate the city and unincorporated areas of Orange County by 6 p.m. each day so that law enforcement may use all available resources to keep property secure. In no event will persons be allowed to roam any city or other area of Orange County. Anyone found in a city or unincorporated area of Orange County after 6 p.m. may be detained or required to leave the city or unincorporated area of Orange County.

Citizens are further advised that there will be no food, water, ice or fuel available. Those choosing to return pursuant to this advisory will be required to be self sufficient.

The curfew continues to be enforced from 6 p.m. through 6 a.m. This curfew will remain in effect until further notice.
Native Texan

United States

#43 Sep 17, 2008
Any one know how the area of North Sutton drive in Vidor faired?? Estimates of when things will be restored? We have been unable to reach any of our family... I'm assuming it's because there is no power etc.... it's very frustrating not knowing if everyone's okay.

United States

#44 Sep 18, 2008
Does anyone have any info abount the conditions around Waddell St. in Vidor,Tx. We evacuated to Arkansas with family and can't get any info about our home.

Baton Rouge, LA

#45 Sep 19, 2008
john niewoehner wrote:
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have you heard any news my mom is there?
My parents live on Knotty Pine and most of orange have lights now.. most of the damage was in downtown and in Bridge City ( God Bless them) try the Orange Police Dept for help
Country Girl

Olathe, KS

#46 Sep 20, 2008
Theres a saying rather be safe then sorry. LEAVE. Use bill money like everybody else. We leave every time and just pray that every thing will be ok. We had Rita damage. some minor Ike damage. But we are ok. Husband has not went back to work waiting for them to call any day. so we are like everybody else no food in the icebox or a paycheck coming in. BUT we are safe.
C Lucas

Huntsville, MO

#47 Sep 21, 2008
Would appreicate any information regarding my niece Rosalee Haas who lived at 703 Dupont Orange.

Burnet, TX

#48 Mar 1, 2009
bobbi wrote:
Seeking info about christopher/lemoine family, owners of Spanky's restaturant, any info appreciated.....did they evacuate? have them call John and let him know you are okay....
I live next door to Janet christopher. I'm guessing you've already heard from the, Of not, do you want me to have someone contact you?


“The Indestructible Mooze”

Since: Feb 09

Moozetown, Watacountry

#49 Jun 12, 2009
James Crecy wrote:
My Family lives in Vodor Texas I can not find out any information on them. Are they safe? What is the conditions in Vidor? Is there flooding?
Where is Vodor ? Is it close to Vidor ? Was there a flood ? When was it ?


“The Indestructible Mooze”

Since: Feb 09

Moozetown, Watacountry

#50 Jun 18, 2009
James Crecy wrote:
That is Vidor Texas, Please post to let me know the conditions there?
Don't you read the papers ?

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