How to help those impacted by Hurricane Laura

How to help those impacted by Hurricane Laura

Early Thursday, Hurricane Laura made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane in Cameron, Louisiana, about 35 miles east of the Texas border. It was one of the strongest U.S. storms on record

Before Laura hit land, the National Hurricane Center warned of “unsurvivable” storm surges, but also forecast continued weakening. 

Laura traveled inland from Cameron to bring destruction to Lake Charles, Louisiana, where buildings and homes were destroyed. At least four people have died so far, according to CNN

An industrial plant also caught fire, leading to a shelter-in-place order due to heavy smoke, per the Washington PostRead more…

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