The story of Team Bourbon Street
The damage we witnessed in New Orleans is honestly beyond description. Inside the homes and outside on the streets/ground was destroyed for the most part. Not much of anything inside of the homes was salvageable and most of the streets were full of debris. Most damage inside the home was due to the high water level and roof damage occured because of high winds. The images speak louder and more true than words.
A tree falls through the roof of a woman's house in the West Bank.
One of many abandoned/destroyed vehicles that litter the city's streets, driveways, yards, and underpasses.
Pile of trash/debris outside on of the homes weworked on.
Water lines on many of the homes were above our heads, and sometimes even out of our reach. In this case, you can see it at the level of the top of the front door.
Most neighborhood streets are all but deserted in the wake of the storm.
What 5 feet of water will do to a refridgerator.
Luke standing next to the mold in one of our homes.
A car crushed by other debris.