Ike causes 'devastating' floods in so...

Ike causes 'devastating' floods in southeast Texas

There are 28 comments on the North County Times story from Sep 13, 2008, titled Ike causes 'devastating' floods in southeast Texas. In it, North County Times reports that:

BRIDGE CITY, Texas - Officials in one southeast Texas county say they are trying to rescue families trapped by devastating floods from Hurricane Ike.

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MaryMargaret

AOL

#21 Sep 15, 2008
I am looking for the man and his family that owns Bright Star Air and Heating. Also, Frank DeSimone. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Just very woriied. Thanks!!!
MaryMargaret

AOL

#22 Sep 15, 2008
I'm sorry I forgot to mention the Bright Star Air family and Frank DeSimone live in Bridge City.

“Janet Aubry”

Since: Sep 08

Anna Maria, Florida

#23 Sep 15, 2008
Our daughter has been missing since the storm started. She was in a warehouse at Gulf Coast Logistics located at 5040 FM 1006 in Bridge City (Orange?) with some other people across from the Dupont plant. If anyone knows anything about the place or her, Camilla Fitzgerald, please post here for us. We are desperate. Thank you.
Duffy

Greer, SC

#24 Sep 15, 2008
I'm posting for a friend that evacuated to a relative's home in Baton Rouge. Her home is 540 Bland ..........could anyone tell me how bad the flooding was on her block or even on her street.

She has to go to a business to get online... her cousin's home lost internet with Gustav.

“Janet Aubry”

Since: Sep 08

Anna Maria, Florida

#25 Sep 15, 2008
We now know thanks to the kindness of strangers who checked that our daugher is not trapped in the warehouse as we feared. We still don't know where she is but we are hopeful. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this blog.
Duffy

Greer, SC

#26 Sep 17, 2008
My friend returned to her home on Bland in BC this morning. She has lost EVERYTHING. Those helping her had to shovel their way to the house. She said there had been 6-7 feet of water in the house.
mccounbr

Morse, LA

#27 Sep 17, 2008
Has anyone heard about Fishhook Lane - off Roundbunch? I am sure the homes took a ton of water, but are the homes still standing?
mccounbr

Morse, LA

#28 Sep 17, 2008
Found a lot of photos and videos, even some from the air, of Bridge City on You Tube. Type in Bridge City Texas Hurricane and you'll find a bunch. Here is one from the helicopter:

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