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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Big C, Sep 18, 2008.
Some pics of my neighborhood during & after Hurricaine Gustav
holy $@#% hope everyone was ok, and wish i couldve split my old house with the ex like that
What was the wind speeds during the storm? Did the city make you evacuate or did you stay there?
Looks like alot of cleanup work to be done there. AKA-$$
Our highest gust was clocked at 91 mph...the eye passed about 30 miles southwest of us. Some parts of the city were under volantary evac.
that's right......but lowballers are coming out of the woodwork.
Were at in Louisiana is that? I live in Marrero and we didnt get any damage just a piece of facial board and about a 4x3 section of shingles thats it!
Damn. I lived in Florida during Charley and Frances, But my area didn't get damage like that. Hope everyone's alright and I hope you make some money.
Gonzales....15 min. outside of Baton Rouge
holy crap that sucks