Hurricane Psychology: Ike Triggers Fears
For those who live in its path, hurricane season stirs up anxiety even before devastating winds and rains hit land.
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#1 Sep 6, 2008
Yes, it make you worry to death. Still recovering from Gustav, we in Baton Rouge are very uneasy with the threat of Ike. No one in the media has even mentioned our terrible destruction here, lives lost, homes totaled and trees in homes, roofs off. I am thrilled N.O. made it through without flooding, but more than 1 MILLION are without power. Slowly getting power on, but some will wait 4+ weeks for its return. Slow to bring in supplies, water, ice and gas.
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